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REYNOLDS HISTORICAL 
GENEALOGY COLLECTKDN 



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GKEENOTJGH, JONES & CO.'S 

DIEEOTOET 



OP THE 



INHABITANTS, INSTITUTIONS, MANUFACTURING 

ESTABLISHMENTS, BUSINESS, SOCIETIES, 

BUSINESS FIKMS, ETC., ETC., 



IN THE CITIES OP 



LEWISTOK ..& AUBURN, 



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GREENOUGH, JONES & CO., 

COMPILERS AND PUBLISHERS, 
96 WASHINGTON STREET, BOSTON. 



LEWISTON: 
S. G. FRENCH, 40 LISBON ST.; DOUGLASS & COOK, 2 LISBON ST. 

1872. 



FROM THE PRESS OF B. THURSTON AND CO., PORTLAND. 

Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1872, by Greenough, Jones & Co., in the Office of 
the Librarian of Congress at Washington. 



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DEALER IN 



■ .'.'^ . ■ - - ; ., • . ■■■ ■ V 

DRUGS AND MEDICINES,* CHEMICALS, . PATENT 

MEDICINES, PERFUMERY AND SOAPS, HAIR 
V. DYES, HAIR RENEWERS, HAIR OILS, TO- 

V » BACCO AND CIGARS, 

CL9TH; HAIR, TOOTH, AND NAIL BRUSHES, 

Surgical and rental instruments, » ■* 
TRUSSES, SUPPORT ERS, ; AND SHOULDER BR/CES, &c, 

AND PROPRIETOR OP 

Cook's Hair tnvigoratoi*, 3/r#* Benedict** Jtrt.tr MeitetVer, Cook's Hair 
Dye, Cook's^ Chlorate Dentifrice, Magnolia Salve, Cook' ft Cam* 
jthor^ee, Cook's Glycerine Cream, Cook's Arnica 
1 Court 1'laster, Cook's Eye 

^J Water, &c. 

Particular and p&rsonitl attention paid to Physicians' Prescriptions, a"t all hours 
- of the day and night 

, All Orders attended to With promptness ititd dispatch. 



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Spring, Summ er, % Antu mn, Winter. 



The Medicine that is always in season, and always does good, is 

"L.f."ATVVOtoBinERS. 



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Mild, harmless, but SURE in its operation, purifies the Blood, restores the wasted en- 
ergiee, regulates all deranged functions, and gives M|w life and yigor to the whole 

system. It is unrivalled as a , <*f ' >g. 

LIVER : INVI(0&0%dR, 

and, highly concentrated, is warranted to contain more Medical p¥#pertiesina38-cent 
bottle than any other M INVIGORATOR " or •« SARSAtfAJULLA" sold for a dollar.. 
Beware of a dangerous imitation purporting to be made an4 signed by one Ma- 
than Wood. Bead what " L. F." Atwood says, as follows:— jE |Bl w 

| '"■"•"I have never .sold my righF nor* -interest fin 1 rny^TW^jpDt. JBITTERS to one 
Nathan Wood, neither hay#I given ioformation.asj.o th,e mode of compounding the 
pame to said Woodland neither my brother^or other relatives have ever had a recipe 
like mine; therefor&l. caution all who wish'toburchage the riyhtftila.n<l origmal arti- 

. c!e, to see thsitr.mp Jfellow ^aM^n each bqttleTfears my.signaturetx 
Remember my Initials," Jb. Fi^^fe^' 

B3?~ As aihrthier safeguard, all pottles hereafter, put up will have the above Trade- 
mark, " L. J£,".in Red In.*, ori^the Yel IbwZLabels, /-also, in Red Ink on the White 
Outside Wrappers. ;>■*> -C . \ ■'>■ , '1*. " | 

CAUTION I— Persons dealing in these imitations are amenable to the law. 

PIjTJMBING. 



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HAWTHORNE & TU0KER f : 

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ANI> DEALERS IN 



ir; ; ; Plumbers' Materials. ..-., 
No. 16 Province Street, corner Province Court, 



Second Swire from School Street, i 
Opp. new City Hall. » 



BOSTON 



Orders received from any part of the United Ethics ov Cnnml*. 

iii^Hi B.— Plumbing Materials to Builders at Wholesale Prices. 



ROBERT HAWTHORNE. 



JAMES TUCKER.- 



LAWRENCE'S MEDFORD RUM. 




DANIEL LAWRENCE & SONS, 



ONLY MANUFACTURERS OF 




EDFORDRU 

Still enjoy the reputation- of Manufacturing 

THE* BEST RUM IN THE STATES. 

Duly authorized by State License. 



The Superior Quality and 3?urity of 

Lawrence's Medf ord Rum, 

For tho past forty-eig'nc years, has made it everywhere known as the Standard Rum. 

No pains are spared to maintain Ha purity and high reputation. 

The public is cautioned against IMITATIONS and COUNTERFEITS. 

Order direst from us and we will warrant Perfect Satisfaction. 

ADDRESS ORDERS BY MAIL TO 
AND ORDERS-DY EXPRESS OR OTHERWISE TO 

127,129, 131 and 133 Broad St., BOSTON, 

And they will receive prompt attention, - 

' »ANWL SkAWBlfffH & SOWS,, . 






:kt. h: LjAivdeirs, 




DEALER IN 



LADIES' 



GEIVTTS' 




FURNISHING GOODS, 




Paper Hangings, 

PLAIN AND INITIAL STATIONERY. 

LADIES' WEAPPEES, 

On. hand and made to order, ' 

Wallets, Portmonaies, Jewelry, Games, Pictures, Pock- 

, et Cutlery, Hair Oil, Perfumery, and a 

general line of 

WEEKLY PAPERS FOR SALE. 

Remember ther Place, . 

AND DON'T BUV UNTIL YOU HAVE CALLED AT 

NO. 4 PILLSBURY BLOCK, 

3 Doors from Lisbon Street, opposite the City Building, 
/ LEWISTON, ME. •'-"■ 



THE 



ARLINGTON COOKING STOVE. 



CHILSON'S NEW STOVE. -JUST COMPLETED. 




Five minutes' examination of 
this Stove will prove it to be the 
Cheapest, Neatest, Most Con- 
venient and Durable, and in 

EVERY RESPECT the BEST COOK- 
ING STOVE ever made. With- 
out Exception, the Water 
Front Fixtures for heating 
water, for Bath Boilers, &c„ 
are the most perfect ever 
invented. Do not pail to 
examine this Stove before pur- 
chasing elsewhere. 

A VARIETY OF SIZES, with 
or without Extension ' Tops, 
Reservoirs, llot Closets, &c, &c.. 
for Hard or Soft Coal,, or 
Wood, kept constantly on hand. 

CHILSON'S PATENT 

Elevated, Double-Oven COOKING RANGE 

HAS BEEN REMODELLED "AND GREATLY IMPROVED. 

This Celebrated Range is universally 
acknowledged to bo the most complete 
and perfect Kitchen Rango in America. 

No housekeeper, who would enjoy the 
comforts of a really perfect Kitchen 
Range, should fail to examine this before 
purchasing. Sizes adapted for dwellings, 
notels, &c. with or without water-backs, 
hot closets, and hot-air fixtures for heat- 
ing additional rooms. 

It excels all others — 
P 1st— In its entirely new principle for 
circulating the heat around either oven 
separatclyvoj^toth ovens, as desired. 

21— In l*t?*neavy fine castings and " 
thorough workmanship. . 

3.1 — In its GREAT ECONOMY OF £ 
FUEL. 

4th — In its quick and even baking 
ovens. * 

6th— In its self regulating flues, with- 
out the usual complication of dampers ; 
and linally. in its general beauty uf dc* 
fign, durability, &c. 

; ' ,. . «■ also, " ., -t ( '• J 

Parlor, Office, and Store Stoves, Patent Dampers, Registers, 
Ventilators, &c. 
« Warerooms: 99 and 101 BlacJcstone Street, Boston. 

U*cmn.dry tt Mansfield, Mass. 

GARDNER CHILSON. 




S. G. FRENCH, 

BOOKSELLER, 

STATIONER, 



-IDE A. LEI* IIST 



PAPER HANGINGS, 



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"WINDOW SHADES. 

■ ALSO, 

PICTURES AND FRAMES. 

No. 40 Lisbon Street, 



"Wholesale arnl Retail Dealer in. 

CROCKERY, CHINA, & GLASS ff ARE. 

AL.80, 

Paper Hangings and Window Shades, 

75 LISBON. STREET, - - - - LEWISTON, ME. 

Sewing Machines. 

SINGER 



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.1. '.Bitttriel & Co.'s Patterns for all Garments. 
FULLER, CONNER & CO., 

SOLE AGENTS, 

61 Lisbon Street, 

LEWISTON, ME. 
est^bh.isiieo 1847. 



"J| MANUFACTURER OF 

MACHINISTS' TOOLS, 

Works, corner of Union and Exchange Streets, 

a mai WOR CESTER, M ASS. gjjB tejft 

Engine Lathes, Planers, Boring Mills, Upright and Suspension Drills, Gear and 

Bolt Cutters, and Index Machines. Also, Sole Manufacturer of 

Tnft's Celebrated Hand Punches and Shears. 



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SUCCESSOR TO JORDAN & LITTLE, 



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DRY GOODS, 

51 Lisbon Street, Lewiston. 







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WATERPROOF SUITS, 

' CUT FROM MY OWN CLOTHS WITHOUT 
Sjj CHARGE, AND MADE TO ORDER, WHEN DESIRED. 

■ RICHARDS & MERRILL, 

MERCHANT TAILORS 






And Dealers in. 



Ready-made Clothing, 




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FURNISHING GOODS 



The style, material, and work of our stock of 
Heady-made Clothing we would especially com- 
mend to purchasers as the best in the market. 

Orders for Genteel Clothing promptly ex-, 
ecuted in the custom department, and war- 
ranted to suit in every respect. 

23 Lisbon Street, 



Lyceum Hall Block,] 



LEWISTON. 



Particular attention given to our custom work. 



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J. L. MERRILL. 



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INCORPORATED IN 1835. ORGANIZED IN 1343. 

New England. Mutual 

LIFE INSURANCE COMPANTj 

BOSTON. 

BENJ. F. STEVENS, Pres't. JOS. M. GIBBENS,' Scc'y. 

One of the Oldest, Safest, Cheapest. Every Form of Policy Nonforfeitable. 

Exact Justice to all Insured. Average Expenses to Total Receipts 9 1-2 

per cent. Dividends Annually on Contribution Plan. 

3" j£L. 1VE DS & 2VT- !E» -A. Xj 3VE IE H. , 

GENERALAGENT FOR MAINE &c NEWHAMPSHIRE, 
74 Middle, cot-. Exchange Street, Portland, Me. 



C. F. DUNLAP, Agent, - Lewiston, Me. 



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ER OF BRASS EDGED 

Boot & Shoe 



MAKER AND DESIGNER OF BRASS EDGED 





114 HIGH STREET, - - BOSTON. 

BI.ACJKSM1TH 

PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO 

HORSESHOEING. 

Carriage Work done to order. All kinds of Re- 
pairing and Jobbing done. 

MAIN STREET., - - LEWISTON, ME. 

SMALL & SHACKFORD, 

BOOKBINDERS 

Ja'mVs 'ik. "much ford. \ PORTLAND. 

No second-class work allowed to leave this establishment. 



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PEEFACE. 



Five years have elapsed since a directory of these cities 
has been published, and the many changes and the large increase 
in population during that time make it apparent that this work 
is greatly needed. 

We take great pleasure in presenting to our patrons and 
the public, the Lewiston and Auburn Directory for 1872- 
78, the first number published by us. It is as near correct as a 
work of this kind can be for the first time, and a great improve- 
ment upon all former editions. The two places have been 
thoroughly canvassed by experienced agents, and great care has 
been taken to present a reliable work for all who may have oc- 
casion to use it. 

The chief difficulty we have experienced in properly desig- 
nating the residences or places of business of citizens, has been 
owing to the incomplete and irregular manner in which the 
streets, almost without exception, are numbered. Our canvass- 
ers state that they often found the same number repeated two 
or three times on the same street ; and in other cases, dispari- 
ties of still more perplexing character. Of course the numbers 
were taken as they were found. 

We take this opportunity to express our thanks to all who 
have aided us by their patronage and otherwise, and hope that 
we may deserve a much larger amount in the future editions of 
this work. Hoping this volume will meet the wants for which 
it is intended, we remain Yours, truly, 

Greenough, Jones & Co. 
July 22, 1872. 




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Wigs, 



GRANSHAW'S 

SI&M HIM STOR 

LISBON ST, U DOOR ABOVE PINE ST, 

Near New City Building. 
LADIES' AND GENTS' 

Half Wigs, Top Pieces, Front Pieces, Friz- 
zets, Switches, Curls, Frizels, 
Hair Jewelry, &c, 

MANUFACTURED AT SHORT NOTICE. 

The Largest Lot of Linen, Silk, and Mohaire 









IN MAINE. 
COMBINGS PICKED OUT AND WOVE. 

Ladies' Hair Cut, Curled, Shampooed, and Dressed, 




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LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S HAIR 

CUT, DRESSED, SHAMPOOED, &c. 

Having had 23 years' experience as a Hair Dresser and Hair "Worker in Boston, 
New York, Providence, R. I., and Haverhill, Mass., I feel that I can give perfect sat- 
isfaction to all who may favor me with a call. . , 

]VOTVHS BUT FIRST QUALITY HAIR USED. 

ROBERT CRANSHAW, 

Lewiston, Maine. 



LADIES, 

I buv all my goods direct from the importers, so that I can and will sell as cheap as 
'any dealer in the United States. 



CONTENTS. 





PAGE 


Abbreviations, .... 


. 17 and 173 


Advertising Department, follows 


216 


Androscoggin County Officers, '. 


. 167 


Auburn Buildings, Halls, <fcc., 


170 


Auburn Business Directory, 


. 203 


Auburn Churches, . . . • 


215 


Auburn City Officers, 


. 212 


Auburn Directory, 


173 


Auburn Fire Department, 


. . 214 


Auburn Post Office, . 


. . 214 


Auburn Schools, . . . . 


. 214 


Auburn Societies, . 


215 and 216 


Auburn Streets, Places, &c, 


. 170 


Bates College, . 


. . 165 


Directory of Patrons elsewhere, . 


9 


Index to Auburn Advertisements, 


7 


Index to Boston Advertisements, 


8 


Index to Lewiston Advertisements, . 


7 


Index to Portland Advertisements, 


8 


Lewiston Banks, . . 


156 and 157 


Lewiston Buildings, Halls, &c, 


14 


Lewiston Business Directory, 


117 


Lewiston Churches, 


. 147 


Lewiston City Officers, 


143 


Lewiston Fire Department, 


. 147 


Lewiston Manufacturing Companies, . 


158 


Lewiston Schools, .... 


. 145 


Lewiston Societies, . 


151 


Lewiston Streets, Roads, &c, 


13 


Municipal Court of Lewiston, 


144 


Preface, ..... 


3 


Stage Lines, . 


155 



BOSTON ADVERTISEMENT. 




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INDEX TO LEWISTON ADVERTISEMENTS. 



PARE 

Androscoggin County Savings Bank.. . 156 

Androscoggin Mills 153 

Bailey s. S 4 

Bean k Stetson 13 

Benson E. E. & Co 2 

Booth Samuel 14 

Brack Elizabeth..*. .'. 12 

Butler 3Iary E 14 

Callahan Geo. A 4 

Cirr k. Co 1G 

Cole Samuel 6 

Coleman U. B 7 

Cook John G. . . . Inside front cover 

Cranshaw Robert opp. contents 

I >awes k Co 17 

Dearing C. II opp. preface 

Dickey H. 11 13 

Dill 1\ W.& Son 3 

DIugleyN.Jr., & Co 2 

Douglass C. F 9 

DuuirlasH & Cook top lines 

DunlapC.F 24 

Edwards Thomas 14 

First National Bank 156 

Franklin Company 161 

French 0. W 11 

French 8. G front colored 

Frledmau J. k Co Inside back cover 

Fuller Connor k Co front colored 

Furbush Hen. W 17 

Gamag e k Chadbourn 9 

(iarcvlon II. S front cover 

Garcelon W'm. F 4 

Garner John k Co 10 

lillman, Johnson & Co , 11 

Goas A. L. k E. F 24 

Greel y k Jlodgkins 9 

Hall I. It 6 

Hanson George 10 

Harrow O. w. back colored 

Harris* Donnell 40 

Hayes J. L. k Co 15. 

Holmes Thomas 12 



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Jordan , Frost & Co 7 

Joyce Edward 15 

Keene E., jr 15 

Keen O. S 13 

Landei s N athan II front colon d 

Lane 0. P 5 

Lemont J. T., Mrs front cover and 17 

Levviston Bleachery and Dye Works. . . 1(0 

Lewiston Institution for Savings 167 

Lewiston Machine Co If 4 

Lewistou Mills 1£9 

Lewiston Steam Mills Co 8 



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Lombard A 

Longley J. P 

Loomis John F 

Maney P. & Sons 

Merrill H. 0. & Co 7 

Mills James T front colored 

Morse O. B. & Co 5 

MorseS. C & Co 3 

Nason Chas. F 15 

Osgood 11. A. & Son VI 

Perham A. S opp. title 

Pitcher Anson 12 

Purington S. O back cover 

Bead & Moore. . , 14 

Richards & Merrill opp. title. 

Richardson II. II 8 

Scribne r B. II 18 

Smith & Peck 11 

Stanwood W. F 1 

Tarr Hannah M., Mrs tack colored 

Tra*k P. B 17 

Tremont House. , back colored 

Wakefield Bros ' 6 

Walker S. B. & Co 8 

Waterhouse & Mellen 16 

West, Wing & Co 11 

Wiggin D. W 6 

Wood W. W 40 

Woqd & Colder 9 

AVorthley \V. E. C 5 

York Samuel 7 



INDEX TO AUBURN ADVERTISEMENTS. 



PAGE 

AldenN.H 21 

BartlettA Eaton 22 

Boomer V. C, Mrs 22 

Cuthman A 21 

Foas Rodney F 19 

Foster Win. W 20 

Garcelon II. G opp. Streets in Aubur^ 

Hantood 1). k Co 21 

Ha.kellS. K 20 

Ktaalwy L. B. k Co 19 



PACK 

Littlefield & Dorman 18 

Ferry Thomas G 22 

Pray, Shaw & C > 21 

Robinson & Beede 22 

Smith Chas. E opp. Streets in Auburn 

Stimson & Learned 19 

Trufant A. 11 21 

True J. F opp. Streets in Auburn 

Willis, Parsons & Co 23 

Wood Lyman & Son 2 U 



IXDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



INDEX TO PORTLAND ADVERTISEMENTS.' 



PACK 

Atwoocl A. II., gold and silver plater, back 
cover 

Boston & Maine R, It 35 

Brown J. li. & Sons, bankers 25 

Burns M. N., show case manufacturer.. 29 

Corey E. & Co., iron and steel 80 

Donnell W. E. & Co., wholesale grocers 

out.-ide back cover 
Eastern Express Co., opp. Lewistou sts. .12 

Fairlield E., rug patterns 34 

Cerrish J.J. & Co., railroad and steamboat 

hndings 24 

Hastings W. 1'., organs and melodeons 29 
Hay H. II.', Atwood's bitters.. ..opp. inside 
front cover 

International Steamship Co 33 

Johnson Stephen, restaurant 28 

Jost Geo. D., fresco painter., .back colored 
Lamb & Farnsworth, leather and hnd- 
ings 34 

Libby B. F. & Son, stair builders 32 

Eocke Joseph A., attorney at law 31 

Lockhart & Sloan, carriages and sleighs 34 

Maine Central K. R 38 

Marrett, Bailey & Co., carpetings, &c. 26 

Merrill J. F., refrigerators 29 

K. E. Mutual Life Ins. Co opp. preface 

Oilier \Y. II., sewing machine repairer 23 



PAGE 

Palmer Jas. M., New England Mutual Life 

Ins. Co opp. preface 

Pearce Charles, plumber 30 

Pingree L. F., artificial legs L'9 

Portland & Boston Steamers 33 

Portland & Haw York Steamers 30 

Portland Stone Ware Co., opp. Lewistou 

streets .*.. 12 

Richardson & Cross, lumber merchants 34 
Russell Joseph, carriage and sleigh 

manufacturer 32 

Schlotterbeck & Co., surgical and den- 
tal instruments front cover 

Schumacher Bros., artists materials. ... 31 

Small & Shackford, bookbinders front 

cover and opp. preface 
Staples Chas. & Son, engineers and 

machinists 23 

Stockwell J. W. & Co., drain and sewer 

pipe 28 

Swan & Harrett, bankers and brokers 28 
Thurston B. & Co., printers... opp. pape 112 
U liner Adolph, foreign and domestic 

cutlery 28 

Waldron & True, grain, salt, &c 32 

Winchester A. L. & Co., metalic roofing 1G3 
Will-slow Daniel & Son, engineers and 

machinists 31 



INDEX TO BOSTON ADVERTISEMENTS. 



PAGE 

Barney J. E. & Co., ventilators. .back cover 

Blake & Jones, Hour and corn 211 

Boston Musical Instrument Manufac- 
tory, musical instruments 172 

Boston & Maine It. R 35 

Branigan & Cuddy, glass cutters, &c. .. 172 

Breed S. 15. , machinist, Lynn 172 

Byam, Carlton & Co., friction matches 

outside front cover 
Chilson Gardner, stoves, furnaces, &c. front 

colored 
Cook James M., stained and cut glass.. 87 

Dennison & Co., tags 39 

Eastern R. R 25 

Fairbanks Moses & Co., soda and min- 
eral waters inside back cover 

Fletcher J. W., Security Life Insurance 

Co bacK cover 

Haskell & Allen, print publishers 37 

llawthurne & fucker, plumbers trout 

colored 
Hills, Turner & Harmon, window glass 

front 6 

Jessop Win. & Sons, iron and steel. ... 37 

Kfmball S. S., hotel 1 

Lawrence Daniel & Sons, Medford rum 
front colored and front cover 



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Lombard & Co., grindstones 172 

National Insurance Co back colored 

IN . E. Linen Hose Mf 'g Co 3G 

N. E. Mutual Life Insurance Co opp. 

preface 

Parker J. D., safes front cover 

Pence Geo. W. & Co., white holley 

frame manufacturers front cover 

Pond Lucius W., machinists' tools front 

colored 
Ross, Pearce & Co., boot and shoe 

manufacturers' goods inside back 

cover 
Security Life Insurance and Annuity 

Co back cover 

Spear E. I)., physician 37 

Taylor J. L., wood designing and en- 
graving 82 

Taylor S. Iv., cutting dies It) 

Vincent, Hathaway & Co., ginger ale.. out« 

side back cover 
Walworth Manufacturing Co., wrought 

iron pipes 40 

Wheeler H It., emery wheels 11 3 

White W. B.,boot and shoe patterns, .opp. 

preface 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF PATRONS IN OTHER CITIES. 



Apothecary (Wholesale). 

Hay H. H., Portland (see advt. opp. 
inside front cover) 

Artificial liCgs. 
Pingree L. P., 33 Temple, Portland 
(see adv. dept., p. 29) 

Artificial Stone. 

Union Stone Co., 29 Kilby, Boston 
(see eol'd lea-f, opp. 192) 

Wheeler 1J. P., 3(5 Charlestown, Bos- 
ton (see advt. opp. p. 113) 

Artists' Materials. 

Schumacher Bros., 5 Deering l)lock, 
Portland (see adv. dept., p. 31) 

IS a niters and ISrohcr*. 

Brown J. B. & Sons, 40 Exchange, 
Portland (see adv. dept., p. 27) 

Swan & Barrett, 150 Middle, Portland 
(see adv. dept., p. 28) 

Boiler Manufacturers. 

Staples Chas. & Son, 215 Commercial, 
Portland (see adv. dept., p. 23) 

Dookbiudcrs. 

Small & Shackford, 35 Plum, Port- 
land (see advt. outside cover and 
opp. preface) 

Hoot anil Shoe Machinery. 

Breed S. B., Lynn (see advt. p. 172) 
Itoot anil Shoe M nfrs. 'Goods. 

Boss, Pearoe & Co., 58 Milk, Boston 
(see advt. inside back cover) 

Itoot ami Shoe 1'attcrus. 
White W. 15., 114 High, Boston (see 
advt. opp. preface) 

Carpets. 

Marrett, Bailey & Co., 90 and 92 Mid- 
dle, Portland (see adv. dept., p. 20) 

Carriage Manufacturers. 

Lockhart & Sloan, 22 Preble, Port- 
land (see adv. dept., p. 34) 

Bussell Joseph, Congress, cor. Oak, 
Portland (see adv. dept., p. 32) 

Commission Merchants. 

Richardson & Cross, Commercial, 
Portland (see adv. dept., p. 34) 

Corn and Flour. 

Blake & Jones.Coimnercial, Portland 
(see advt. p. 211) 

Cutlery. 

ITlmcrA., 21 Temple, Portland (see 
adv. dept., p. 28) 

Cutting Dies. 

Taylor S. K. & Co!, 145 South, Boston 
(see adv. dept., p. 40) 

Dental Instrument*. 

SehlotterluM'k •& Co., 303 Congress, 
Portland (see advt. outside front 
cover) 



Dining Room. 

Johnson Stephen, 4!) Exchange, Port- 
land (see adv. dept., p. 28) 

Directory Publishers. 
Greeuough, Jones & Co., 90 Washing- 
ton, Boston (see advt. pp. 107, and 
211) 

Distillers. 

Lawrence Daniel & Sons, 127 Broad 
(see advt. front col'd page) 

Drain Pipe. 

Portland Stone Ware Co., north end 
of Deering's bridge (see advt.) 

Stock well J. W. & Co., 28 and 103 
Danforth, Portland (see adv. dept., 
p. 28) 

Emery Wheels and .Stones. 

Union Stone Co., 29 Kilby, Boston 
(see col'd leaf opp. 192) 

Wheeler R. It., 30 Charlestown, Bos- 
ton (see advt. opp. p. 113) 

Engine IHose. 

N. E. Linen Hose Mnfg. Co., 179 
Washington, Boston (see adv. dept., 
p. 30) 

Engineers aixl Machinists. 

Staples Chas. & Son, 215 Commercial, 
Portland (see adv. dept.., p. 23) 

Winslow Daniel »!<: Son, 7 Cross, Port- 
land (see adv. dept., p. 31) 

Engraver (Wood). 

Taylor J. L., 81 Washington, Boston 
(see adv. dept., p. 32) 

Express. 

Eastern Express Co., J. N. Winslow, 
Plum, Portland (see advt., p. 12) 

Friction Matches. 

Byam, Carleton & Co., 90 and 92 
Friend, Boston (see advt. front 
cover) 

Ginger Ale. 

Fairbanks Moses & Co., Howard, Bos- 
ton (see advt. inside back cover) 

Vincent, Hathaway & Co., 100 Broad, 
Boston (see advt. outside back 
cover) 

Glass (Cut and Ground). 

Branigan, Cuddy & Co., 21 Harvard 
place, Boston (see advt. p. 172) 

Glass (Cut and Stained). 

Cook James M., 131 to 141 Congress, 
Boston (see adv. dept., p. 37) 

Glass Cutters anil Designers. 

Branigan, Cuddy & Co., 21 Harvard 
place, Boston (see advt. p. 172) 

Glass (Window). 

Hills, Turner & Harmon, 193 and 195 
State, Boston (see advt. opp. index) 

Glaziers' Diamonds. 

Hills, Turner & Harmon, 103 and 195 
State, Boston (see advt. opp. index) 



10 



DIRECTORY OF PATRONS. 



Gold an. I Silver Plater. 

Atwood A. H., .31 Market sq., Port- 
laud (see advt. outside back cover) 

Grain and Salt. 

Waldron & True, 4 and 5 Union whf., 
Portland (see adv. dent., p. 32) 

Grindstone*. 

Lombard & Co., 13 Lewis wharf, Bos- 
ton (see advt., p. 172) 

Grocers (Wholesale). 

Donnell YV. E. & Co., 93 and 95 Com- 
mercial (sue advt. outside buck 
jover) 

Hotel. 

Washington House, 15 Howard, Bos- 
ton (see adv. dept., p. 1) 

Instrument*, Dental and Surgical. 

Schlotterbcck & Co., 303 Congress, 
Portland (see advt. outside front 
cover) 

Insurance Companies. 

National Fire Insurance Co., 14 Dev- 
onshire, Boston (see advt. back 
colored page) 

New England Mutual Life Insurance, 
of Boston, James M. Palmer, geu'l 
agt.,74 Middle, Portland (see advt. 
opp. preface) 

Security Life Insurance and An- 
nuity Co., of New York, J. \V. 
Fletcher, manager, 22 School, Bos- 
tun (see advt. outside back cover) 

Eavryer. 

Locke Joseph A., 74 Middle, Portland 
(see adv. dept., p. 31) 

Eeathcr and Finding*. 

Lamb & Earns worth, 50 Union, Port- 
land (see adv. dept., p. 34) 

liiuen and Cotton Mosc. 

New England Linen Hose Mnfg. Co., 
170 Washington, Boston (see adv. 
dept., p. 3(j) 

Ij umber. 

Richardson & Cross, Commercial, 
Portland (see adv. dept., p. 34) 

Machinery (Drain and Water 
Pipe). 

Stock well J. W. & Co., 28 and 163 
Danforth, Portland (see adv. dept., 
p. 28) 

Machinery, Steam Engine*, Arc. 

Staples Chas. & Son, 215 Commercial, 
Portland (see adv. dept., p. 23) 

Machinery and Tool*. 

Pond L. W., Worcester (see advt- 
front, colored page) 

Machinist. 

Breed S. B., Lynn (see advt. p. 172) 



Merchandise Tag*. 
Dennison «$c Co., 71 Milk, Boston (see 
adv. dept., p. 30) 

Metallic Rooting. 

Winchester A. L. & Co., Bangor (see 
advt., p. 1G8) 

Musical Instrument*. 

Boston Musical Instrument Manufac- 
turing Co., 71 Sudbury, Boston (see 
advt. p. 172) 

IVotary Public. 

Locke Joseph A., 74 Middle, Portland 
(see adv. dept., p. 31) 

Oil Stone* and Holders. 

Union Stone Co., 29 Kilby, Boston 
(see colored leaf, opp. 102) 

Wheeler R. P., 3(5 Charlestown, Bos- 
ton (see advt. opp. 113) 

Organs and Melodeons. 

Hastings \\ r . P., ID j Exchange, Port- 
land (see adv. dept., p. 2'J) 

Painter (Fresco). 

Jost George D., (5 Bradford, Portland 
(see advt. back colored page) 

Painting*, Engravings, and 
Chromo.s. 

Schumacher Bros., 5 Deering block, 
Portland (see adv. dept., p. 31) 

Paper Ifnngings. 

Marrett, Bailey & Co., 90 and 92 Mid- 
dle, Portland (see adv. dept., p. 2<J) 

Patent Medicines. 

Hay IT. H., Portland (see advt. opp. 
inside front cover) 

Physician. 

Spear E. P., 713 Washington, Boston 
(see adv. dept., p. 37) 

Picture Frames, &c. 

Schumacher Bros., 5 Deering block, 
Portland (see adv. dept,, p. 31) 

Haskell & Allen, hi Hanover, Boston 
(see adv. dept., p. 37) 

Plate Glass (Importers and Seal- 
ers). 

Hills, Turner & Harmon, 195 State 
(see advt., opp. index) 

Plumbers. 

Hawthorne & Tucker, 10 Province, 
Boston (see advt. front col'd page) 

Pearce Charles, 41 Union, Portland 
(see adv. dept., p. 30) 

Plumbing Material*. 

Hawthorne & Tucker, l(i Province, 
Boston (see adv. dept., p. 3U) 



DIRECTORY OF PATRONS. 



11 



Print Publishers. 

Haskell & Allen, (51 Hanover, Boston 
(see adv. tlej)t., p. 37) 

Printers. 

Thurston B. & Co., Portland (see 
advt. vi»l>. l>a^e 112) 

Provisions (U'lioh-snlo'i. 
Donnell W. E. & Co., 03 and 95 Com- 
mercial (sec advt. outside Lack 
cover) 

Itnilrond nn<l Steamboat Supplies. 

Gerrish .}. J. & Co., 31 Commercial, 
Portland (see adv. dept., p. 24) 

ICailroads. 

Boston & Maine, Payson Tucker, agt., 
Portland (see adv. dept., p. 35) 

Eastern, J. Preseott, supt., Boston 
(seea.lv. dept., p. 25) 

Maine Central, ,J. M. Lnnt, supt., 
Portland (see adv. dept., p. 38) 

ICenl Estate Agent. 

French .James, 80 Washington, Bos- 
ton (see advt. outside hack cover) 

Refrigerators. 

Merrill J. P., Cotton ay., Portland 
(see adv. dept., p. 20) 

ItnjS Pattern* (Colored). 

Fairfield Edward, Federal, c. Temple, 
Portland (.see adv. dept., i». 34) 

Safe .Manufacturer. 

Parker .1. D., id Sudbury, Boston 
(.see advt. outside front cover) 

Mewing llm hiiic Repairer. 

Older W. H., 158 Middle, Portland 
(s*eo adv. dept., p. 23) 

Ship Timber. 

Richardson & Cross, Commercial, 
Portland (see adv. dept., p. 34) 

S9iippiii]f Tags. 

Dennison & Co., 71 Milk, Boston (see 
adv. dept., p. 30) 

.show Cases. 

Brums M. N., 1«)J Market sq„ Portland 
(see adv. dept., p. iiO) 

Moda mid itliiiernl Waters. 

Fairhanks Moses & Co., Howard, 
Boston (see advt. inside hack cover) 

Vincent, Hathaway & Co., 109 Broad, 
Boston (see advt. outside back 
cover) 

Stained mill Cut Cllnss. 

Cook James M, 131 to 141 Congress, 
Boston (see adv. dept., p. 37), 



Stairbuilder*. 

Libby B. F. & Son, 13J Union, Port- 
laud (see adv. dept., p. 32) 

Steam Heating Apparatus. 

Walworth Mnfg. Co., 1 Bath, Boston 
(see adv. dept., p. 40) 

Winslow Daniel & Son, 7 Cross, Port- 
land (see adv. dept., p. 31) 

Steam and Gas Pipe. 

Walworth Mnfg. Co., 1 Bath, Boston 
(see adv. dept., p. 40) 

Winslow Daniel & Son, 7 Cross, Port- 
land (see adv. dept., p. 31) 

.Steamship Lines. 

International Steamship Co., Port- 
land (see adv. dept., p. 33) 

Maine Steamship Co. (Portland and 
Mew York) (see adv. dept;., p. 30) 

Portland and Boston Steam Packet 
Co.,L. Billings, agt., Portland (see 
adv. dept., p. 33) 

Steel and Iron. 
Corey E. & Co., 125 and 127 Portland 

(see adv. dept., p. 30) 
Jessop William & Sons, 135 Federal, 

lioston (see adv. dept., p. 37) 

Stencils, Stamps, A'e. 

Fairfield Edward, Federal, C. Temple 

Portland (see adv. dept., p. 34) 

Stone Ware <*oods. 

Portland Stone Ware Co., north end 
ot'Deering's bridge (see advt., p. 12) 

Stoves and Furnace*. 

Chilson Gardner, DO ami 101 Black- 
stone (see advt. front eol'd pages.) 

Surgical Instruments. 

Schlotlerbeck 8b Co., 303 Congress, 
Portland (see advt. outside front 
cover) 

Tags nml Via be Is. 

Dennison & Co., 71 Milk, Boston (see 
adv. dept., p. 30) 

Upholstery Goods. 

Marrett, Bailey & Co., 00 and 02 Mid- 
dle, Portland (see adv. dept. p. 20) 

Ventilator*. 

Barney J. E. & Co., 20 Charlestown, 
Boston (see advt. outside back 
cover) 

White IVolly Frames, Fasels, Are. 

Peiree George W. & Co., 71 Sudbury, 

Boston see advt. outside front cover) 



12 



PORTLAND ADVERTISEMENTS. 



EASTERN EXPRESS CO 



from Boston, East 

RAILROADS in 

Steamers, to th* 



Our Lines extend 

over ALL the 
MAINE, and by^ 

TO MACIIIASi I]V 3X.VIIVDE, 

St J©fto, M„ B., and Halifax, Pi Se 

"WITH OFFICES AND AGENTS AT ALL POINTS OF IMPORTANCE 

THROUGHOUT MAINE AND NEW BRUNSWICK. 




EBEC ^IVEq$ } 



PRINCIPAL OFFICES AND AGENTS. 
F. XV. CARB, Treasurer, 51 Devonshire Street, . . . ROSTOIV. 
J. N. WINSLOW, Ailiriiiviiiu ISuildiu^, Plum Street, PORTLAND. 

AGENTS 

. . . Bangob. F. L. BOOTH BY Lewiston. 

. . Augusta. GEO. A. CARTER, Saco and Biojjeeoud. 
J. K. STONE, . . . St. John, N. B. 

J". JR. HALL, President and Superintendent, Boston. 



J. TA.RBOX, . 
H. S. OSGOOD, 




3E» O IJFLTXjuSLTtf JO 



1 STOMB WARE CO. 

Manufacturers of every description of 

STONEWARE GOODS 1 

DOUBLE GLAZED VITRIFIED 

Stem© Drain and Water Pipe. 




FACTORY 



/^Tfeet1_Y\ North End of Deering's Bridge. 



\ J. N. Wlnslow, Treas., J. T. WInslow, Supt. 




"We desire <o call the attention of the public, cities, and corporations to the following 
report. The figures given is the average pressure upon each square inch of the pi|>e: 
Office of Superintendent ok Seweus, City Hall, Boston, Sept. 1, 18'J'J. 

TEST OK POKTLANI) PUAIN PIPE. 

12 inch, 78 lbs. per sq. inch. 8 inch, 103 lbs. per sq. inch. 4 inch, 225 lbs. per sq. inch. 
10 inch, 120 lbs. pt-rsq. inch. G inch, 130 lbs. persq. inch. 

Signed, W. ft. BRADLEY. 

It will be seen by the foregoing report that our Drain Pipe resists a pressure per 
pquare inch far greater than any other pipe manufactured, and it is also alike imper- 
vious to acids or other chemical agencies, and unaffected by the elements. 

Glazed Stone Ware Pipes aro used almost exclusively for sewerage purposes by all 
the large cities in this and foreign countries. 

Our Pipes are of extra thickness. Equal to the best English imported. Warranted 
indestructible. Made from pure Fire Clay, aud Glass coated. 



STREETS, COURTS, ETC., IN LEWISTON. 



Ash, from Canal to Sabattus 

Avon, next north of Winter 

Barkerville, Main, two miles from Haymarket square 

Bartlett, from Main to Mechanic 

Bates, from Maine Central 11. R. depot to Maple 

Birch, from Canal beyond Pierce 

Blake, from Main to Mechanic 

Bradley, from Sabattus beyond Mechanic 

Bridge, from Main to Avon 

Brook, from Oak to Elm 

Canal, from Main to new Lisbon road, parallel with the 

canal 
Cedar, from Lisbon to Oxford 
Chapel, from Main to the river 
Chestnut, from Oxford to Park 
Clay, from Sabattus, south 
Cole, from College to Seminary 
College, from Sabattus to Greene line 
Cross, from Oxford to Mill 

Davis corner, Sabattus road, corner East avenue 
East avenue, from Sabattus road to new Lisbon road 
Elm, from Main to College 
Franklin, from Pine to M. C. Railroad 
High, from Main to Bridge 
llorton, from Sabattus to Mechanic 
Howe, from Sabattus to Mechanic 
John, from Main to College 
Jones, from Riverside to Bridge 
Knox, from Spruce to Maple 
Lincoln, from Main to River road 
Lisbon, from Main to Lisbon road 
Lisbon road, continuation of Lisbon to Lisbon line 
Lowell, from Chapel to Bates 
Main, from Auburn bridge to Greene line 
Maple, from Canal to Lowell's land 
Mechanic, from Lisbon, at Bleachery, to East avenue 
Mechanic, from Main to Brook 
Middle, from Main to M. C. Railroad 
Milk lane, crossing head Lowell street 
Mill, from Lincoln mill to Androscoggin depot 
Mill, from Main to Oxford 
Mountain avenue, from Main to College 
N evens road, from Sabattus road, north-east 



14 STREETS, COURTS, ETC. 

Oak, from Franklin to Blake 

Old road to Lisbon, see Webster 

Orange, from Sabattus to Webster 

Oxford, from Cross, parallel to lower canal 

Park, from Main to Maple 

Pierce, from Main to Mechanic 

Pine, from Canal to Sabattus 

1 Jiver road, from Lincoln to Lisbon line, parallel with the 

river 
Riverside, from upper Main to Riverside cemetery 
Sabattus, from Main at junction of College 
Seminary, from Sabattus to Nichols' Lathi school 
Shawmut, from Sabattus to Mechanic 
Skinner, from College to East avenue 
Summer, from Lewiston Machine Co's land to Whipple 
Thomas corner, Sabattus road, one mile above Davis' 

corner 
Union, from Main to 17 College 
Vale, from Seminary to College 
Walnut, from Rates to Shawmut 
Webster, from Sabattus towards Lisbon line 
Webster and Greene road, across the east' part of the town 
Whipple, from Main to Railroad 
Winter, from Bridge to Riverside 
Wood, from Sabattus, first above College 



HALLS, BUILDINGS, BLOCKS, etc. 

Advent Hall, 3;V Central block, Main 

Androscoggin Boarding blocks, corner Lisbon, Canal, and 

Maple 
Bonnallie's block, Main, corner Bates 
Bonnaliie's hall, Main, corner Bates 
"Central block, Main, corner Lisbon 
City building, Park, Pine, and Lisbon streets 
City hall, City building, Pine, Park, and Lisbon 
Continental block, Lincoln, corner Chestnut 
Continental block, Oxford street, opposite Continental mills 
Frye's block, Main, corner Chapel 
Garcelon's block, Main 
Hilton's block, Lisbon, above Ash 
Jones' block, Slain, corner Mill 
Lisbon block, Lisbon, corner Chestnut 
Lisbon hall, Lisbon, corner Chestnut 
Lyceum hall, 25 Lisbon 
Mechanics' block. Main, corner Union 
Pythian hall, Union block, Lisbon, near Main 
Tracy & Flint's block, Lisbon, next to City building 



BOUNDARIES OF THE WARDS. 



Whitman block, Lisbon, corner Chestnut 
Waldron's block, lower Main, near Bridge 
Wtfldronfs ball, lower Main, near bridge 

OFFICES. 

City Collector's oftice, at Thompson & Putnam's, Main, 

John F. Putnam, collector 
City -Marshal's ollice, Tracy & Flint's block, Lisbon 

CEMETERIES. 

Davis Cemetery, Sabbatus, corner Webster 
Riverside Cemetery, foot of Riverside street 



r>oum\RiEs of the wards. 

"WAKD I. 

Pounded as follows: Commencing at the junction of 
Sabattus and Main streets; thence northerly by the centre 
of .Alain street to the Jepson brook; thence westerly by 
the brook to the river; thence northerly by the river to 
the town of Greene; thence easterly by the line of Greene 
to the town of Webster ; thence southerly by the line of 
Webster to the Sabattus road ; thence westerly by the 
centre of Sabattus road to the first-mentioned bound. 

waiid ir. 

Bounded as follows : Commencing at the junction of 
Sabattus and Main streets; thence northerly by the cen- 
tre of Main street to Jepson brook ; thence westerly by 
the brook to the river; thence southerly by the river and 
canal to Main street ; thence easterly by the centre of 
Main street to the first-mentioned bound. 

WARD III. 

Pounded as follows : Commencing at the junction of 
Norton and Sabattus streets; thence westerly by the centre 
of Sabattus and Main streets to the main canal ; thence by 
the canal to the guard locks ; thence southerly by the 
river to the outlet of branch canal number one; thence 
easterly by the centre of said canal and centre of Ash 
street to Horton street; thence northerly by the centre 
of Ilorton street to the first-mentioned bound. 

WARD IY. 

Pounded as follows : Commencing at the junction of 
Ash and Pates streets; thence westerly by the centre of 



BOUNDARIES OF THE WARDS. 16 

Ash street and cross canal number one to the river ; thence 
southerly by the river to branch canal number three; 
thence easterly by said canal to lower canal ; thence north- 
erly by said lower canal to Chestnut street; thence east- 
erly by the centre of Chestnut street and Common to 
Bates street; thence northerly by the centre of Bates 
street to the first-mentioned bound. 

WARD V. 

Bounded as follows : Commencing at the junction of 
Cedar street and the lower canal; thence by the centre 
of lower canal to Chestnut street ; thence easterly from 
lower canal by the centre of Chestnut street and Common 
to Bates street; thence northerly by the centre of Bates 
street to Ash street; thence easterly by the centre of Ash 
street to Horton street ; thence southerly by the centre 
of Horton street to Birch street; thence westerly by the 
centre of Birch street to Lisbon street ; thence northerly 
by the centre of Lisbon street to Cedar street ; thence 
westerly by the centre of Cedar street to the first-men- 
tioned bound. 

WARD VI. 

Bounded as follows : Commencing at the outlet of the 
brook south of the Androscoggin mills ; thence easterly 
by said brook to Horton street; thence northerly by the 
centre of Horton street to Birch street; thence westerly 
by the centre of Birch street to Lisbon street ; thence 
northerly by the centre of Lisbon street to Cedar street ; 
thence westerly by the centre of Cedar street to lower 
canal ; thence northerly by lower canal to branch canal 
number three; thence westerly by said canal to the An- 
droscoggin river; thence southerly by the river to the first- 
mentioned bound. 

WARD VII. 

Bounded as follows: Commencing at the outlet of the 
brook south of the Androscoggin mills; thence easterly 
by said brook to Horton street; thence northerly by the 
centre of Horton street to Sabattus street; thence east- 
erly by the centre of Sabattus street to the line of the 
town of "Webster; thence by the line of the towns of 
Webster and Lisbon to the Androscoggin river; thence 
northerly by the river to the first-mentioned bound. 



LEWISTON 

DIRECTORY 

1872. 



EXPLANATION OF ABBREVIATIONS. 

The letter h. for house ;«bds. boards; opp. opposite; r. rear; c. or cor. corner; 
\vf. wharf; ii. near; sq, square; pi. place; ct. court; bet. between; It. R. Rail- 
mart; M.C. 11. 11. Maine Central Railroad; P. O. Post-oflice; U. S. A. United 
States Army; U. S. N. United Slates Navy. Where the name of a corporation 
or factory appears immediately after the name, it indicates the place of bu?i- 
iic.-s. Alter the name of the street, the word street is omitted. 



ABBOTT CHARLES A., drug clerk, 72 Lisbon, boards 

Pine 
Abbott Charles S., carpenter, bouse foot of Bates 
Abbott II. 15. Hew, pastor, Main st. Metb. church, house 

Bridge, cor. High 
Abbott Levi, agent Abbott's patent pipe coupling, Cross 

Canal, house SO Park, cor. Birch 
Adams Byron S., carpenter, Aggn. mill, h. Birch, n. Knox 
Adams Henry, overseer, Lewiston bleachery, house Knox, 

near Maple 
Adams Hubert, carpenter, boards 15 Lisbon 
Adams William B., carpenter, house at Auburn 
Adell Elbridge.T., watches, silver ware, &c, 40 Lisbon, h. 

Birch, cor. Blake 
Adell Maria S., widow of Cornelius, bds. Birch, c. Blake 
Adley Alonzo, lumberman, house Winter 
Agan Patrick, operative Aggn. mill, h. Bleachery hill 
Aiken Win., upholsterer, Main, cor. Franklin, h. Lowell 
Albert James, machinist, boards Lincoln block 
Alexander Ira, carpenter, house Summer 
Algres Joseph, operative Bates mill, boards Park 
Alb-u Abbie A. Miss, teacher grammar school, boards Ash, 

corner Horton 
Allen Ansel, general agent Beckwith Sewing Machine, 4| 

Central block 
Allen Benjamin, operative Bates mill, house 25 Ash 
Allen Colman, operative, boards 22 Franklin 
Allen Daniel (Allen &. Maxwell), furniture, house Pine, 
above Hoi ton 



18 LEWISTON [AJ DIRECTORY. 

Allen David P., carpenter, boards G9 Park 
Allen Dearborn, operative Bates mill, boards Lisbon 
Allen Edwin, laborer Androscoggin mill, house Lisbon 
Allen Ethan, operative, boards Lewis F. Gould, Lisbon 
Allen Henry, carpenter, boards 20 Franklin 
Allen James, laborer, house Bartlett, near Walnut 
Allen Pliny, farmer, house Franklin, near A h 
Allen Rufus D., carpenter, house Jones 
Allen Timothy, operative Androscoggin mill, h. Lincoln 
Allen Win., operative Lewiston bleachery, house Bates 
Allen & Maxwell (D. Allen and IT. W. Maxwell), furni- 
ture, Lisbon, opp. Lisbon block 
Allor Joseph, operative Lincoln mill, bds. Mrs. Driscoll's, 

Main 
Alhvise Joseph, operative, house Blake, near Walnut 
Ambrose Jane J. Mi's., widow of Robert, h. Main, c. High 
Ambrose Julia D. Mrs., widow of Robert S., Main, c. High 
Anus Albert N., carriage painting, house Summer, near 

Jones Corner 
Ames Julia AV\, widow, house 5 Middle 
Ames Phironia Mrs., boarding-house, over James & Co- 
nan t's store, Lisbon 
Ames William S., operative, bds. at Mrs. P. Ames, Lisbon 
Ames Winslow N., carriage ironer, Bates, near J. A. Skin- 
ner & Co.'s carriage factory, h. Summer, n. Bridge 
Anderson Emma, widow of John, house Pierce, n. Pine 
Anderson Joseph E., conductor M. C. 11. R., h. 55 Franklin 
Anderson Mary, widow of John,h. Lower Main, n. Bridge 
Anderson William, operative Bates mill, h. Lower Main 
Andrews Chas. F., clerk Jj. C. Dunham, bds. Mr. Barney's, 

Sabattis 
Andrews Chas. F., machinist Lewiston mills, h. 1 Lowell 
Andrews Edwin (Richardson & Andrews), grocer, Main, 

opp. Ilaymarkct square, house High, near Bridge 
Andrews Ellen M. Miss, teacher grammar school, boards 

Mrs. Hammond's, Main 
Andrews Freeman, farmer, house College 
Andrews Geo., book-keeper Bradford, Conant & Co., h.35 

Court, Auburn 
Andrews George, shoemaker, bds. David Sparing's, Lisbon 
Andrews Hiram, shoemaker, house Bates, near Birch 
Andrews John, second hand Lewiston mills, h. 1 Lowell 
Andrews John R., mason, house Riverside, near R. R. 
Andrews Joseph, silvcrplater, boards Lincoln 
Andrews Melvin INT., hairdresser, house at Auburn 
ANDROSCOGGIN MILLS, Canal, cor. Lisbon 
ANDROSCOGGIN SAVINGS BANK, Central block, 

Main, cor. Lisbon 
ANDROSCOGGIN TROTTING PARK, P. Maney & 
Sons, proprietors, Backer's mills, Lewiston 



DOUGLASS & COOK/P^^'™'"^ ™ 



) ) l'ER HANGINGS 



LEWISTON [B] DIEECTOPvY. 19 

Angell Thos., Professor Bates College, li. College, above 

Mountain avenue 
Archambeau Joseph B., operative Androscoggin mills, b. 

Lincoln 
Arnold Lloyd Q., policeman, b. 10 Maple 
Arris Charles, stone mason, Main, near Greene line 
Arris John S. B., painter, boards Main, near Chapel 
Arris Kobert, teamster, house Bartlett, cor. Ash 
Ash worth John, overseer Bates mill, house 97 Bates 
Aspinwall,James, operative Bates mill,.house Lincoln 
Atlierton John, spinner Continental mills, bds. Mr. Strat- 
um's, Lisbon 
Atlierton William, spinner Lewiston mill, house Blake, n. 

Birch 
Atkins Henry M., engineer, boards Lincoln block, Main 
Atkinson John M., harnessmaker, bds. American House 
Atwell Charles P., painter, 13 J Jill corporation, Canal 
Auger Alphonso (J. & A. Auger), provisions and grocer- 
ies, Lincoln, house do. 
Auger John (J. & A. Auger), provisions and groceries. 

Lincoln, house do. 
Auger John and Alphonso, groceries and provisions, Lin- 
coln 
Aurora Mill, Mill st., opp. Lincoln mill 
Austin A. ti., fancy goods and toys, 82 Lisbon, h. Park, n. 

Ash 
Austin Cyrus, carpenter, house Birch, near Bates 
Austin Cyrus L, shoemaker, boards J. Austin's, Sabattus, 

near Ilorton 
Austin Daniel, operative Bleachery, house Chapel, near 

American House 
Austin Geo. A., clerk, 82 Lisbon, boards Park, near Ash 
Austin Henry M., clerk, 1 Tracy & Flint's block, boards 

Androscoggin Corporation 
Austin Joseph B., shoemaker, house Sabattus, n. Horton 
Austin Mary S., widow of Samuel, h. Jones, n. Bridge 
Austin Orlando II., laborer bleachery, bds. Tremont House 
Austin Richard W., machinist, boards Jones, n. Bridge 
Avery Henry P., blacksmith, bds. S. S. Moody's, Lisbon 
Avery Miles L., operative, boards S. S. Moody's, Lisbon 
Ayer Isaac, carpenter, boards 20 Franklin 

II ABB GEO. G., second hand Lincoln mill, h. Orange, n. 

Sabattis 
Babcock Adeline, widow of Charles, house 3 Hill block 
Bibcock Henry ]{., laborer, house Winter, near Bates 
Babcock Julia, widow of David, house Winter, n. Bates 



20 LEWISTOX [!}•] DIRECTORY. 

Backman Moses, dry and fancy goods, 110 Lisbon, boards 

Tremont House 
Badger Webster L., paymaster City building, house Upper 

"Main 
Bagley Hattie M. Mrs., teacher primary school No. 1G, 

boards I). Sparing's, Lisbon 
Bagley Sewall II., weaver Continental mills, h. Oxford 
Bagnall Sarah, widow of Isaac, house Pierce, near Tine 
Bailey Ambrose, painter, house Bates, cor. Fine 
Bailey Annie E. (Bailey lvj Stetson), laundry, 10G Lisbon, 

house 42 Pine 
Bailey Benj. A,, overseer machine-shop Androscoggin 

mill, house 9 Blake 
Bailey Daniel, painter, boards American House 
Bailey Frederick A., machinist, boards foot of Middle 
Bailey Gilbert H., overseer Bates mill, house 99 Bates 
Bailey Hiram II., foreman Cumberland mill, house Lisbon, 

cor. Birch 
Bailey J. S., gents' furnishing goods and sewing machines, 

1UG Lisbon, house 42 Pine 
Bailey Joseph, operative Hill mill, h. Orange, n. Webster 
Bailey Joseph, woolsorter Bates mill, house Main 
Bailey Melville E. D., clerk, house 25 Pine 
Bailey Path Mrs., widow of Hudson, h. Lisbon, cor. Birch 
Bailey K. II. Mrs., millinery, G5 Lisbon, h. 2 Jones block 

Upper Main 
BAILEY SAMUEL S., city bonnet and hat bleachery, 

one door west dye-house, Main, house Upper Main, 

Jones block 
Bailey Win., lumber surveyor, boards Lincoln block 
Bailey & Stetson (A. E. Bailey and I. E. Stetson), laun- 
dry, 10G Lisbon 
Baird William, painter, house 8 Park 
Baker Edwin G., operative Lincoln mill, house Main, near 

Maine Hotel 
Baker James II., student, boards W. Baker's, 5 College 
Baker James L., butcher, h. Upper Main, n. brick-yard 
Baker John C, butcher, h. Upper Main, near brick yard 
Baker Wesley, carpenter, house 5 College 
Balkam Ellen M., teacher in grammar school, class 4, bds. 

Rev. Mr. Balkam's, Bates, near Pine 
Balkam Samuel L., bds. Pev. Mr. Balkam's, Bates, n. Pine 
Balkam Uriah,. pastor Congregational church, house Bates, 

m Pine 
Ball Rachel, widow, house Knox, cor. Birch 
Ballard Levi W., musical instruments, Wood's block, 

Lisbon, and 73 Lisbon, house Main, near High 
Ballard Mary Ann Mrs., widow of William, house Pierce, 

near Walnut 



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Ballentine James, folder Bleachery, house Knox, n. Maple 
Bangs Allara Miss, teacher, bds. 102 Lisbon 
Bangs Fred'k, section hand Lewiston mill, bds. 102 Lisbon 
Barbour Clias. E., variety store and pop beer-manfacturcr, 

Lisbon, cor. Birch, house do. 
Barbour Horace, druggist and apothecary, Lisbon, opp 

Lisbon Hall, house Blake, near Birch 
Barbour Horace W., apothecary, house Pierce, n. Pine 
Barker Albert, supt. bagging mill, house 45 Pino 
Barker Alphonso T., operative Bates mill, bds. Pierce, cor. 

Ash 
BARKER CYRUS L, ag't Bates mill, h. Bartlett, n. Ash 
Barker Chas. V., painter, boards Pierce, corner Ash 
Barker Edwin E., carpenter, h. 25 Ash, corner Bates 
Barker Elizabeth S. Mrs., widow of Asa, h. Pierce, corner 

Ash 
Barker Jacob, carriagemaker, house Blake, near Ash 
Barker Otis E., designer Bates mill, h. Ash, cor. Pierce 
Barker Sarah J. Miss, teacher Bates street school, boards 

Ash, corner Blake 
Barlow James, spinner Continental mill, house Knox 
Barlow John, overseer ring spinning Continental mill, h. 

South end Pierce 
Barlow Josiah, spinner, house 32 Blake 
Barnard Edwin 31., carpenter, Hill mill, house Walnut, 

corner Howe 
Barnes Patrick, carpenter, boards Knox, near Birch 
Barney Alfred, operative Bates mill, boards Lincoln 
Barney Jerry, operative Lincoln mill, boards Lincoln, 

near Canal 
Baron Patrick, carpenter, house Knox 
Barr Geo. W., house Garcelon, corner Vale 
Barrell C. L. Miss, teacher Bates street school, boards 

Ash, corner Bartlett 
Barrell James S., principal grammar school, house Ash, 

corner Bartlett 
Barrell Lucius L., travelling agent, house 7 College 
Barron Chandler II., yard-master, house Bates, n. Lowell 
Barron Levi, laborer, house Middle 
Barron Lydia, dressmaker, 3 Hilton block, house Middle, 

near Lowell 
Barrows Harvey, botanic physician, 170 Lisbon 
Barrows Mary A. Mrs., milliner and dressmaker, 170 

Lisbon, house do. 
Barry John, house Chapel, near Main 
Bartlett Augusta, widow of Reuben B., house rear 1GU 

Lisbon 



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Bartlett Edward W., carriage maker, h. Ilorton, n. Ash 
Bartlett Evelyn Miss, teacher High school, boards GO 

High, Auburn 
Bartlett Fanny, widow of Charles, h. Pine, near Bates 
Bartlett Geo. E. (O. & G. Bartlett), stoves, tinware, etc., 

house Pierce, near Walnut 
Bartlett Horace P., tripe mnfr., East avenue, house do. 
Bartlett Joseph, spinner, house 31 Blake 
Bartlett Otis B. (O. & G. Bartlett),- stoves, tinware, etc., 

house Pierce, near Walnut 
Bartlett O. & G. (Otis B. & Geo. E. Bartlett), stoves, 

tinware, etc., 10 Lisbon 
Bartlett Zenas, operative Bates mill 
Bassett Albert P., harnessmakcr, bds Bates, near Main 
Balchelder Wm. K., carpenter, house Summer n. Bridge 
Bates Alfred 0., overseer No. 1 weave room, Lewiston 

mill, house Park, near Common 
Bates David S. S,, overseer Bates mill, house Pierce, near 

Maple 
Bates Geo. I)., machinist Bates mill, h. Pine, near Bates 
BATES MILL, Canal, foot of Pine 
Batley Joseph, operative Bates mill, house Blake 
Bauman "Richard, spinner, house Bartlett, cor. Walnut 
Beacham II. H., tobacconist, 28 Lisbon, house Main 
Beal Horace C, second hand Bates mill, house Franklin, 

near Ash 
Beal John T., carpenter, house Bates, near Birch 
Beale Isaac, shoemaker, boards 8 Park 
BEAN ANDREW T. (Bean & Stetson), stoves and tin- 
ware, house at Auburn 
Bean Edward W., machinist, bds. Lincoln block, Main 
Bean Geo., carpenter, house 40 College 
Bean G. W. Rev., house 38 High 
Bean John, tinman, boards Elm House, Auburn 
Bean Nelson S. (Little & Bean), Kennebec and Boston 

Express, house at Boston, Mass. 
BEAN & STETSON (A. T. Bean and J. II. Stetson), 

stoves and tinware, 47 Lisbon 
Bcarce Byron A., clerk, 1 Tracy and Flint's block, house 

24 Franklin 
Bearce Samuel R., (S. R. Bcarce & Co.), lumber, Main, 

near Guard Locks, house Main, near cor. Sabattus 
Bearce S. 11. & Co. (S. 11. Bearce and Eben S. Coe), lurn- 

berdealers, Main, near Guard Locks 
Beaumont Win., spinner Lewiston mill, house Bartlett 
Beechiug Jesse T., miller Bradley it Morton, house at 

Auburn 
Begeron Chas., operative Bates mill, house Lisbon, rear 

Bates block 



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Begeron Thomas, operative Bates mill, house Lincoln, 

near Hill mill 
B clanger OctaVius, shoemaker, boards Birch 
Bell Edwin, operative Androscoggin mill, bds. Chestnut 
Bell Edwin J., operative, boards 71 Park 
Benker Edward P., farmer, h. Main, Barkerville 
Benner Catherine, widow of Henry, house 2 College 
Bennett Daniel, operative Bates mill, bds.. 15 Bates block 
Bennett Franklin, clerk T. Hartley's, boards do. 
Bennett John R., machinist Lincoln mill, h. 22 Park 
Bennett Thos., laborer Androscoggin mill, h. Lisbon 
Benson Chas. C, telegraph operator, 1 Journal blk., Lis- 
bon, house Hi^h 
Benson Chas. W., clerk, 106 Lisbon, bds. 4 Hill block 
BENSON" EDGAR E. (E. E. Benson & Co.), groceries 

and provisions, h. 4 Blake, cor. Maple 
BENSON E. E. & CO. (E. E. Benson, J. A. Rodick, 

W. J. Rodick), groceries and provisions, Lisbon, opp. 

Lisbon hall 
Benson George, machinist Androscoggin mill, boards 20 

Hill block 
Berrill Frank, machine shop, h. 13 Hill block 
Berry Benj., operator Bates mill, house Summer 
Berry Giles G., section hand Androscoggin mill, h. rear 

Knox, near Maple 
Berry John, operator Bates mill, boards Lisbon 
Berry John F., overseer dressing-room, house 6 Blake 
Berry Osborn P., carriage blacksmith, boards 21 Park 
Berthold Frederick A., woolsorter, Bates mill, h. Blake, 

near Pine 
Bibber Benj. P., painter Androscoggin mill, h. 11 Blake 
Bickerton Wm-., carpenter Lewiston mill, h. at Auburn 
Bickford Albion K., patternmaker, h. Cottage, n. Riverside 
Bickford Geo., carpenter, boards 4G Lisbon 
Bickford Geo. II., weaver Lincoln mill, h. Pleasant street, 

Auburn 
Bickford Levi, laborer, house Park, near Pine 
Bickford Theodore, silverplater, house 7 College 
Bicknell Hosca, carriagemaker, boards Franklin, n. Ash 
Bigelow Frank B., dentist, boards Auburn 
Billeveau Geo., foundryman, house Lisbon 
Bingrec Valentine P., clerk Journal office, house Main 
Bisbee Arthur, machinist, house Wood 
Bisbee Geo. L., machinist Androscoggin mill, h. Collins 
Bisbee Isaiah, machinist, house Brooks 
Bishop Henry II., carman, bds. Lincoln blk., Main 
Bishop Mary C. Mrs., houre Park 



24 LEWISTON [B] DIRECTORY. 

Bissell William (Clark & Bissell), painters, li. at Auburn 
Bixby Emma E. Miss, teacher Rose Hill grammar school, 

No. 13, boards E. Haws, Old Lisbon road 
Bixby Geo. L., machinist, house Gareelon, near Vale 
Bixby Lucy E. Miss, teacher Cowan district school, boards 

I). W. GarviU's, Sabattus road 
Blaisdell Hiram, shoemaker, boards 44 Lisbon 
Blaisdell James R., laborer, house Sabattus, near Pine 
Black David, spinner, house 32 Blake 
Black Peter, overseer bleachery, house Knox, cor. Maple 
Black William, machinist, house Bartlett, near Walnut 
Blake Annie M. Mrs., millinery, 2d door from Lisbon 

block, house Lisbon 
Blake Chas., section hand Lewiston mills, house Chestnut 
Blake Chas. IT., section hand, boards 27 Ash 
Blake Ebon W., second hand Hill mill 
Blake Frank II., mold'er, house Park, near Main 
Blake George, shoemaker, boards Lincoln block, Main 
Blake Lothrop L. (L. L. Blake <fc Co.), furniture, Main, 

corner Eranklin, house 30 Upper Main 
Blake Lydia M. Mrs., dressmaker, 13 Lisbon, h. 53 Main 
Blake L. L. & Co. (Lothrop L. Blake), furniture, etc., 

Main, corner Eranklin 
Blake Martin, operative, boards David Sparing's, Lisbon 
Blake O. P. D., house 13 College 

Blake Oliver D., overseer Hill mill, -house 11 Hill block 
Blake Wm. D., shoemaker, boards 9 Middle 
Blanchard Joseph K., grocer, Bates, corner Lowell, and 

Main, corner Middle, house Upper Main 
Blanchard Noah, house Upper Main 
Blanchard Peter, laborer Lewiston mills, house Lincoln 
Blanchard Wesley, at J. K. Blanc-hard's Main, near Mid- 
dle, house Upper Main 
Blandin Catharine Mrs., widow of Lewis, house Franklin, 

near Ash 
Blodgett Levi, second hand, house River road 
Blouyn John, boots and shoes, Lisbon, near Birch, h. do. 
Blunt D. Frank, clerk, 1 Tracy and Flint's block, house 

23 Franklin 
Boa Millard, operative, house 154 Lisbon 
Bochain Peter, oiler Androscoggin mill, house Lincoln 
Boeht Chas.. operative Lewiston mills, house n. Lincoln 
BoDean Charles, operative, house 85 Bates 
Bodge Albert, operative Androscoggin mill, house Bridge, 

near Winter 
Bodge Atwood, truckman, house Main, corner Bates 
Boland John, folder Bleachery, house rear do. . 
Boland John, operative, Bates mill, house Lincoln 
Bolduc Balaam, striker, boards Lincoln 



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Bolduc Frank, apprentice, boards Lincoln 

Bolter Austin, operative, boards 49 Franklin 

Boltin Austin, molder, boards foot of Bates 

Bond Eliory, farmer, house Jones 

Bond Paris, farmer, house Webster and Greene road 

Bonnallie Alfred, farmer, house Upper Main 

Bonnallie Geo., railroad contractor, house Upper Main 

Bonney Augustus N\, shoemaker, boards 90 Lisbon 

Bonney David S., teamster, house Sabattus 

Booker Jefferson, operative, house Knox, near Maple 

Boomer Geo. C, printer, 9-.V Lisbon, house at Auburn 

Boomer Joel, second hand Androscoggin mill, boards 9 

Androscoggin block 
Boomer Joel S., second hand, boards Vale, cor. Holland 
Boomer John, joiner, Vale, cor. Holland, house do. 
Booth Chas. II., blacksmith Bates mill, house 20 High 
Booth James, spinner Bates mill, house 13 Blake 
Booth John, operative Bates mill, house 11 Blake 
Booth John, jr., spinner Continental mill, bds. 11 Blake 
BOOTH SAMUEL, groceries and provisions, 80 Lincoln, 

house do. 
Boothby J. Frank, agent Eastern Express Co., 7 Lisbon, 

boards 40 Upper Main 
Boothby Richard C., tailor, house 40 Upper Main 
Boothby Samuel Rev., house. 17 High 
Boothby Samuel, operative Lincoln mill, house Walnut 
Boothby Sarah II. Miss, teacher Oak Street primary 

school, house 17 High 
Boothby Wm. IT., clerk, house Winter, near Bates 
Borden Joseph F., house 30 High 

Bosworth Prescott, shoemaker, boards Franklin, near Ash 
Bouey Daniel, operative Bates mill, boards Lisbon 
Bourbeau Oliver, shoemaker, Lincoln, h. Blake, n. Birch 
Bowden Charles, carpenter, boards 15 Lisbon 
Bo we Daniel, operative, boards 50 Lisbon 
Bowe Hiram, dry and fancy goods, 1 Hilton's blk., Lisbon, 

house do. 
Bowen W. II., pastor Free Baptist Church, house 47 Main 
Bowers Chas., civil engineer at Straw's oiliee, Franklin 

Co., DeWitt House, house Park, cor. Ash 
Bowley Chas., carpenter, house Winter, near Bates 
Bowley Henry W., operative Lewiston mills, h. 91 Lincoln 
Boynton Adolphus K., theological student, house Union, 

near College 
Boynton Geo. R., clerk, boards 8 Lisbon block 
Boynton Granville M, (Huston & Boynton), baker, 48 

Lisbon, house at Auburn 



26 LEWISTON [B] DIRECTORY. 

Brackett Anthony, runs boom S. R. Bearce & Co., house 

Winter, near Avon 
Brackett Arthur Ft, overseer Lewiston mill, boards 44 

Lisbon 
Brackett Edward I., machinist, 1). Middle, near Lowell 
Brackett Frank, watchman Lincoln mill, boards Lower 

Main 
Brackett James R., student, boards Sabattus Road 
Brackett Levi, clergyman, house Sabattus Road 
Brackett Samuel, house Middle, near Lowell 
Brackett , boxmaker, Auburn, bds 1 Continental 

block 
Bradbury Charles M., cigar maker, bds. Tremont House 
Bradford Benjamin P., clerk, boards 29 Park 
Bradford, Conant <& Co., (Lewis Bradford, Benj. Conant, 

and J. C. Bradford), furniture, etc., Lower Main, near 

Bridge 
Bradford Herbert C, homoeopathic physician, Pine, corner 

Franklin 
Bradford Justus C. (Bradford, Conant & Co.), house 36 

Pleasant, Auburn 
Bradford Lewis (Bradford, Conant & Co.), house 36 

Pleasant, Auburn 
Bradley Charles (Bradley & Morton), gristmill, Mill, bds. 

DeWitt House 
Bradley & Morton (Charles Bradley and Alonzo D. Mor- 
ton), flour and gristmill, Mill, opp. Lincoln mill 
Bradstreet Albert A., sawyer, boards 75 Lisbon 
Braley James B. (Kimball & Braley), harnessmakers, 

Main, below Canal bridge, h. Sabattus, near Lowell's 

corner 
Branch Charles S., carpenter, house G9 Park 
Branch Esther P., widow, house 69 Park 
Branch Win, D., carpenter, house 65 Park 
Brann John E. (Morrison & Brann), grocers, 1 Park, 

house 5 College 
Brann Oscar B., clerk 15 Lisbon, boards at Auburn 
Brann Wm. P. operative Lewiston mill, house County 

road, near school-house, Auburn 
Breck Edward, operative Lewiston bleachery, house 61 

Park 
BRECK ELIZABETH MRS., dressmaker, 94 Lisbon, 

house Park, corner Birch 
Breen Michael, operative, bds.' Mrs. Collins', Lower Main 
Brewer Francis, clerk, 4 Maple, near- Hates 
Brewer Franklin S., clerk, bds. Mr. Tarbox's, Birch, near 

Bates 
Brickctt Olive Mrs., widow of James, bds. 44 Lisbon 
Bridge E. L., shoemaker, 14 Lisbon, boards Park 



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Bridge Oliver C, assistant photographer, boards Bartlett, 

near Pine 
Uridine Thomas, laborer Lewiston mills, bouse Lisbon 
Bridson Thomas, niillman, house Winter 
I >t iuius Franklin A., house Turner, Auburn 
Briggs Geo. W., teamster Continental mill, house Lincoln 
Kiine. Alfred, operative Lewiston bleachery, bds. Lisbon 
Button Chas. If., operative Bates mill, h. Pine, near Bates 
Brodheut Win., spinner Lincoln mill, house Lisbon, near 

Chestnut 
Bronsou (). A., operative, boards 1G0 Lisbon 
Brooks Ai, cashier First National Bank, Central block, 

.Main, house 41 High 
Brooks Charles M\, machinist Lewiston mills, house Main 

street, Auburn 
Brooks Frank W., apothecary, Main, corner Lisbon, house 

at Auburn 
Brooks .Mary II. Mrs., widow of Ai, house 30 High 
Brooks Samuel, section hand, boards Bartlett, n. Walnut 
Brown Adrial, mechanic, h. Bonnally block, Main 
Brown Adrian M., b room maker, bds. Mr. Graham's, Bates 
Brown Arthur, operative, boards 25 Park 
Brown Arthur, supt. 23 division M. C. R. R., h. at Bath, 

Maine 
Brown Charles A., dresser, house 10 Lisbon 
Brown Charles !>-, beltniaker and rollcoverer, Bates mill, 

boards f»3 Franklin 
Brown Daniel E., molder, boards Middle, near R. R. 
Brown Edwin, section hand Continental mill, bds. Lincoln 
brown Elizabeth, widow, boards 39 Lisbon 
Brown Eugene, machinist, boards foot of Middle 
Brown Horace M., weaver, house Chestnut, near Park 
Brown James, loom harnessmaker, boards Lincoln 
Brown James W., overseer Bates mill, bouse 1 Bates blk. 
Brown Orison S., shoemaker, boards 10 Franklin 
Brown S. B. Mrs., physician, house Oak, near Franklin 
Brown William C. A., operative, boards Park, n. Chestnut 

Brown , railroad man, house Orange, near Webster 

Bruce 1). A. Mrs., boardinghouse, Birch, n. Bates 
Bryant Edwin S., section hand Continental mill, boards 

Franklin, near Main 
Bryant Ellen E. Mrs., dressmaker, 109 Lisbon, house 109 

Lisbon 
Bryant Esther, widow, boards 16 Bates block 
Bryant II, Willard, life insurance agent, boards Mrs. R. S. 

Ambrose's, Main 
Bryant Henry M., shoemaker, boards Franklin, n. Pine 



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Bryant J.-tmes, fruit and confectioneries, Main, opposite 

Lincoln block, house Main 
Bryant James, callender Bleacliery, house Main 
Bryant John YV\, section hand Continental mill, house 109 

Lisbon 
Bryant Julia E. Miss, teacher Lincoln street primary 

school, boards 6 1 1 ill block 
Bryant Oliver A., finisher, house Chapel 

Bryant , shoemaker, boards 1 Frye's block 

Bubier Almon, second hand Androscoggin mill, h. Knox, 

near Maple 
Bubier Sarah, widow, house Knox, near Maple 
Buck Amnii, farmer, house Main, near Greene line 
Buck Vertrude P., McKay machine operator, h. at Auburn 
Buckley James E., variety store, 158 Lisbon, house do. 
Buckley Jeremiah, operative Lewiston Falls Mnfg. Co. 
Buckley Thomas, dyer Lewiston Falls Manufacturing Co. 
Buckley Timothy, laborer Continental mill, house rear 

Hill mill 
Bucknam Amos, printer Journal office, h. Brooks, c. Elm 
Bucknam Geo. W., overseer Lincoln mill, li. Bates, n. Pine 
Bucknam John C, operative Lincoln mill, boards Lincoln 

block 
Bucknell Geo. B., clerk, 5 Lisbon, boards 29 Park 
Budlong Fayette A., boards Mrs. Budlong's, Bates 
Budlong R. A. Mra., widow, h. Bates, n. Baptist church 
.Burbank Alcander, physician, house 40 Pine 
Burbank Henry J., machinist, bds. Benj. Bailey's, Blake 
Burbank Moses S., operative Bates mill, bds. 49 Franklin 
Burnham Evie R., teacher, boards Blake, cor. Walnut 
Burgeron Joseph, blacksmith, house Lincoln 
Burgeron Joseph, jr., helper, house Lincoln 
Burgess Alonzo P., section hand Lewiston mills, house 91 

Lincoln 
Burgess Eliza II. C. Miss, dress and cloak maker, 31 Lis- 
bon, boards DeWitt House 
Burgess Henry, spinner Continental mill, house Knox 
Burgess Henry, spinner, house 65 Park 
Burgess Joseph S., pastor, Pine Street Free Baptist 

church, house Pine, cor. llorton 
Burgess Wallace A., operative, boards 8 Park 
Burgo Frederick, foundryman, boards Franklin, n. Main 
Burgoyne John, operative Lewiston Bleacliery, house 

Blcachery hill 
Burke Edmund, laborer, house Knox, near Maple 
Burke Edward, laborer Androscoggin mill, h. Lincoln 
.Burke Edward, laborer, house Town road 
Burke John laborer, house Knox, near Maple 
Burke Michael, operative Lewiston bleachery, h. Knox, 
cor. Maple 



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Burke Patrick, dyer Aurora mill, house 20 High 

Burke Richard, spinner Bates mill, house Lincoln 

Burke William, laborer Bates mill, house Knox, n. Beach 

Burke William, laborer Bates mill, house Park 

Burke William IT., spinner, boards Mrs. Brace's, Birch, n. 

B;iles 
Burnell Mack, operative Bates mill, boards Lincoln 
Burnham Eva L. Miss, teacher, Bates Street Intermediate 

school, No. 4, boards cor. Blake and Walnut 
Burnham Win. J., supt. Hill corporation, house Blake, 

cor Walnut 
Burns Frank-, laborer Bleachcry, house Main 
Burns Frank, spinner Continental mill, house Lincoln 
Burns II. S. Mrs., widow, house 5 Bates block 
Burns James S., carpenter, house 28 Lisbon 
Burrill Frank", operative Hill mill, house 13 Hill block 
Burroughs John, laborer, house Lincoln 
Bushby John, finisher Aurora mill, house Lincoln 
Busliby Wm, finisher, Aurora mill, h. Knox, n. Spruce 
Busse Ellen H., dress and cloak maker, house 12 Andros- 
coggin block 
Bussell Chas., mason, boards 1 F rye's block 
Buteau Joseph, carriage blacksmith, boards Gco.Willctt's, 

Lisbon 
Butler Edward K., machinist, boards Middle, near R. R. 
Butler John J., professor of theology, house o4 College 
BU;rLLU MARY E. MISS, dressmaker, Bine and Lis- 
bon, boards Mrs, Sparing's, Lisbon 
Butler Sally W. Mrs., widow of Nathan 
Butler Warren, engineer S, R. Bearce & Co., house Avon, 
near Bates 

Butler , laborer, house Lincoln 

Butts Ella M. Miss, teacher Oak street school, No. 7, 

boards Prof. Hayes', Mountain avenue 
Butts Emery II. Rev., house Seminary, near Skinner 
Byron Edward, gasmaker, house 32 Blake 

CAIN CORNELIUS, operative Lewiston mills, house 

Water, near bobbin-shop 
Came Fred K., operative Androscoggin mill, h. Lincoln 
Caine Patrick, operative Bates mill, boards Mill 
Call Otis, house Blake, near Pine 
CALLAHAN GEO. A., book and job printer, Union 

block, 9J-Lisbcm, \d iso id High 
C.illah in J Ktn, >')4.:iWi > • i i >i ;» t 
Callahan Timothy, groceries and provisions, 7 Lincoln 
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Campbell Archibald, laborer Lewiston mill, 4 h. Lincoln 
CAPEN RODNEY 13. (Fuller, Conner & Co.), sewing 

machines, house at Augusta 
Cappers Chas. R., millman, house Jones, near Bridge 
Carl John, hostler, house Bridge 

Carlton Geo. G., clerk, beta. Mrs. Carlton's, Lisbon, n. Ash 
Carlton Geo. M., painter, boards 9 Androscoggin block, 

Canal 
Carlton L. B. Mrs., boardinghousc, Lisbon, near Ash 
Carney Austin B., teamster, boards Franklin, near Ash 
Carney Benson, carpenter, boards Bates, near Pine 
Carney Olive Ann Mrs., widow of ^\ r m., house Franklin 

near Ash 
Can* James, house Park 

Carr James O., dresser Lewiston mill, bds. Ash, n. Bates 
CARR & CO., liverystable, Franklin, r. De Witt House 
Carrigan John E., operative Lewiston bleachery, boards 

Tremont house 
Carrigan Michael, operative Lewiston bleachery, house 

Bleachery hill 
Carrigan Patrick, operative Lewiston bleachery, house 

East avenue 
Carroll James, spinner Aurora mill, house Water 
Carver Russell, second hand Lewiston mill, h. 1 Birch 
Carvil Sewall, farmer, Greene and Webster road 
Carvill Eunice Miss, house 8 Bates block, Canal 
Carvill Henry (F. B. Sprague & Co.), grocer, Upper Main, 

house 21 High 
Carville Henry, farmer, boards Main, near Greene line 
Carville Jordan, farmer, house Webster and Greene road 
Carvill Nancy Mrs., house 10 Park 
Carvill Wesley, mechanic, house Garcelon, near Vale 
Carville Alonzo G., gardener, 15 Middle, house do. 
Carville Milton, farmer, house Main, near Greene line 
Carville Wesley, carpenter, house Garcelon 
Casevant Magloire, operative, house Mill, corner Main 
Cash John, weaver, house Knox, near Maple 
Cash Joseph, operative Bates mill, house Knox 
Casson Charles W., operative Bates mill, house Sabattus, 

near Pine 
Casson Joseph, spinner, house Bartlett, near Walnut 
Casson Mary Ann, widow of John, h. Pierce, n. Walnut 
Casson Thomas, overseer Bates mill, house Lisbon, old 

road, Vining's corner 
Caswell A., nightwatch M. C. R. II. engine house, boards 

Lincoln block, Main 
Caswell Albert Mrs., house 27 Franklin 
Caswell Clark R., carpenter Androscoggin mill, house 

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Caswell E. C. (Caswell & Hinkley), hacks, house Main, 

corner Park 
Caswell & Hinkley (E. C. Caswell & A. II. Hinkley), hack 

stable, Franklin, near Main 
Cate Luthger, shoemaker, boards Lincoln 
CaU's Daniel E., operative Lewiston mills, h. 5 Bates 
Gates Gardner, section-hand Androscoggin mill, h. Park 
Gates Joseph, overseer Hill mill, h. 20 Hill block 
Gates Nathaniel S., carpenter, honse 25 Ash 
Catland David B., carpenter Lewiston mills, house Lisbon, 

mar Pine 
Cavanaugh Daniel, calender Bleachery, boards 9 Andro- 
scoggin block 
Cavanaugh Maurice J., second hand Bates mill, h. Water, 

near Lincoln 
Ghabert F. (')., operative Androscoggin mill, house Blake 
Ghadbourn Edward, farmer, h. Cross road, near Sabattus 
Chadbourn Erlon R., student, boards Upper Mail], near 

Mountain avenue 
Chadbourn Sylvanus, carpenter, house Upper Main, near 

Mountain avenue 
Chadbourn Thomas, farmer, Cross road, n. Sabattus road 
Chadbourn William, farmer, Cross road, n. Sabattus road 
Chadbourn William B. (Gamage cvj Chadbourn), painter, 

house Orange, near Sabattus road 
Chaddeiton Samuel, spinner Bates mill, house rear Andro- 
scoggin depot 
Chadwiek Abram, spinner Cumberland mill, bds. Lincoln 
Chamberlain William M., insurance agent, 55 Lisbon, 

house at Auburn 
Chandler Addie Miss,*house Lowell, near Bates 
Chandler Benjamin, clerk M. C. R. R.,h. Main, near High 
Chandler Byron, boards Lincoln block, Main 
Chandler Charles, carpenter, house Nevens road 
Chandler Charles B., carpenter, h. Eastern avenue, near 

Sabattus st. 
Chandler Elizabeth, widow of Lewis A., h. 9 Hill block 
Chandler George A., paymaster in Bates mills, house G5 

Bates, corner Walnut 
Chandler Seth (Merriman & Co.), fishdealers, Park, near 

Main, house Main, near Union 
Chandler Seth, jr., clerk B. Litchfield, h. Main, n. High 
Channell II. Albert, foreman Bates mill, house 91 Bates 
Chapman Mrs., widow, boards S. Hunt's, Riverside 
Chapman Maria Mrs., widow, boards 2 Bates block 
Chapman Samuel, shoemaker, boards 11 Bates blk., Canal 
Chapman Warren, overseer Androscoggin mill, house 

Park, near Maple 



32 LEYTISTON- [(]] DIKECTOEY. 

CIi.ippcllo Joseph, millman, house Summer 

Chappclle Louis, millman, house Winter 

Chase George, stableman, boards Park, near Pine 

Chase He/.ekiah, house Main, near High 

Chase Horace T., pressman, bds. Mr. Carleton's, Lisbon, 

near Ash 
Chase J. Herbert, carpenter Bates mill, h. 53 Franklin 
Chase Samuel M., section hand Androscoggin mill, house 

1 Birch 
Cheatham Lineas (J. Garner & Son), grocer, 152 • Lisbon, 

house 18 Bates block, Canal 
Cheetham John, house Win tier 
Cheetham Joseph, second hand Bates mill, house Winter, 

near Bates 
Cheetham Thos., section hand Bates mill, house Winter 
Cheney Oren ]>., president Bates College, house College, 

opp. Bates College 
Chcrvault Evangelist, operative Lewiston mill, h. Lincoln 
Chick James P., farmer, h. Old Lisbon road, n. Hast av. 
Chick James P., cardstripper, Androscoggin mill, boards 

-East avenue 
Chick Moses, mechanic, boards 25 Franklin 
Chick Sarah, widow of Joseph, boards E. Stewart's, Old 

Lisbon road 
Chick Syrena, widow of Henry, house Lowell, cor. Middle 
Chipman Frederick A., packer Bates mill, bds. at Auburn 
Chipman Sumner M., grinder Androscoggin mill, house at 

Auburn 
Chippendale Richard, weaver Aurora mill, houseKnox 
Chisholm Jemima Mrs., widow of Ebenezer, h. Franklin, 

near Main 
C.hocquette John B., house Summer 
Chocquette John 1L, machinist, house Summer 
Clarence John, laborer Bleachery, house Bates 
Clarey Samuel, operative, boards 87 Bates 
Clark Charles J., pastor Park St. M. E. church, h. 33 Ash 
Clark Charles T., house Park, near Pine 
Clark Edward, brick manufacturer, Lisbon road, h. do. 
Clark Edward J. (Clark & Kilbourne), apothecary, 1G0 

Lisbon, house Park 
Clark Eldora J., teacher Bates Street school, h. 3 Lowell 
Clark Eli (Clark & Bissell), painter, Lower Main, opp. 

Lincoln block, house Main 
Clark Emma A. Mrs., ladies' furnishing goods, 100 Lisbon, 

boards DeWitt House 
Clark George E., sawmill, bds. Mr. Tender's, Franklin 
Clark James, operative, house Pierce, near Walnut 
Clark James, build ngniover. house Main, cor. College 
Clark James, teamster, house Sabattus, near College 



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Clark John P., painter, house 43 Pine 

Clark John S., oyster and refreshment saloon, 8 Lisbon 

block, Lisbon, honse do. 
Clark Solon Iv., machinist Bates mill, h. Walnut, c. IT owe 
Clark Thomas, blacksmith, house 2 Mechanics blk., Main 
Clark Winsor L., laborer Androscoggin mill, house Park, 

near Maple 
Clark & Kilbourne (Edward J. Clark and William B.Kil- 

bourne), apothecaries, 160 Lisbon 
Clarke James A., carpenter, boards 16 Bates 
Clayton James II., operator Bates mills, house Lincoln 
Clear Thomas, laborer Bates mill, house Lisbon 
Clear William, laborer Bates mill, boards Lisbon 
Cleary Samuel, operative Lewiston blenchcry, h. Bates 
Cleaveland John T., machinist, house Ash, cor. Pierce 
Cleaves Charles F., machinist Lincoln mill, boards Lowell 
Clemencc Henry, operative Bates mill, boards 110 Lisbon 
Clifford Jeremiah, teamster, h. Brooks, near Sabattus 
Cloonan John, bootmaker, boards 9 Androscoggin block 
Clough Augustus, clerk for L. C. Dunham, boards South 

Lewiston 
Clough Benjamin F., grocer, house 12 Upper Main 
Clout ear Edmond, operative Androscoggin mill, boards 

Joseph E. Cloutear's, Blake, near Birch 
Cloutear Joseph E., carpenter, house Blake, near Birch 
Cobb Charles C, boots and shoes, 99 Lisbon, house Ash, 

corner Park 
Cobb Charles F., shoemaker, house 9 Middle 
Cobb Charles II., fireman Lincoln mill, bds. Lincoln blk. 
Cobb Fiank W., boards C. C. Cobb's, Park, corner Ash 
Cobb George, clerk Pulverman's, house Blake, corner Ash 
Cobb George F., miller Bradley & Morton, h. at Auburn 
Cobb George W., miller, boards 9 Middle 
Cobb Ilattie E., Mrs., widow of Joseph, h. Pierce, n. Pine 
Cobb Isaac M., clerk 23 Lisbon, house Ash, corner Blake 
Cobb Ivory, operative, house Ilorton, corner Ash 
Cobb James T., clerk 99 Lisbon, house 51 Franklin 
Cobb Jonathan L. II. (J. L. II. Cobb & Co.), proprietors 

Cumberland mill, house 28 Upper Main 
Cobb Nathan G., shoemaker, boards 9 Middle 
Cobb Nathan II., molder, house Riverside, near R. R. 
Cobb O. Lcwellyn, bookkeeper Bradley & Morton, boards 

C. F. Cobb's, Middle 
Cobb William A., boots and shoes, 34 Lisbon, h. at Auburn 
Cobbett Daniel, painter, house Franklin, near Main 
Colmru Abbie, widow of Ira W., house 4 Bates block 
Coburn Charles W., shoemaker, Chapel, near R. R. 
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34 LEWISTOX [0] DIRECTORY. 

Coburn Edgar, teamster, boards Lincoln block, Main 
Cobnrn Elton W., clerk 4 Lisbon block, h. 4 Bates block 
Coburn Ernest B., boards 4 Bates block 
Coburn Freeman, junkstore, Main, near Lincoln, house 

Sabattus road 
Cobnrn Hiram S., contractor, house Franklin, near Main 
Coburn Ira L., student, boards 4 Bates block 
Coburn Jefferson L., contractor and builder, house 11 Me- 
chanics block 
Coburn Joel W., mason, boards Lisbon block, Lisbon 
Coburn John, shoemaker, house foot of Chapel 
Coburn Josiah, boards Josiah G. Coburn's, Bates, near 

Baptist church 
COBURN JOSIAH G., agent Hill Manufacturing Co., 

house Bates, near Baptist church 
Coburn Nelson, fanner, house Main, Barkerville 
Collin Harry A., barber, boards 79 Lisbon 
Cohearn Dennis, operative Bates mill, house Lincoln 
Cohearn Michael, boss-picker Androscoggin mill, house 

Lincoln 
Colburn George, weaver Bates mill, house Pierce, n. Pine 
Colby Cornelius, operative Bates mill, h. Pine, n. Church 
Colby I). II., clerk, Lisbon, house Hill corporation 
Colby Edward J., mason, house Bridge, near Main 
Colby Harrison, clerk, house 14 Hill block 
Colby John, house Park, near Birch 
Colby William $., operative Bates mill, h. Park, n. Birch 
Cole Charles, second hand Bates mill, house Park, near 

city building 
Cole George E., dry goods, 5 Lisbon, boards at Auburn 
Cole Harry, machinist, house 7 Mechanics block 
Cole Jeremiah, farmer, house Main, near Greene line 
Cole John, carpenter, house Wood, corner Cole 
Cole Orin P., works at bleachery, house Bates, n. Maple 
Cole Otis, farmer, house old Lisbon road, near East av. 
COLE SAMUEL, job wagon, Lisbon, near Chestnut, 

house rear Knox, near school-house 
Cole Sumner, farmer, house Main, near Greene line 
Coleman Mary B. Mrs., music store, 21 Lisbon, house do. 
Coleman Susan, widow, boards 15 Lisbon 
COLEMAN U. B. MPvS., dressmaker, <2L} Lisbon . 
Collier S. Cyrus, laborer, boards High, corner Court 
Collins Benjamin, policeman, house Bates, near Lowell 
Collins Charles F., operative Continental mill, boards 2 

Continental block 
Collins Chellis O., overseer Androscoggin mill, boards 96 

Park 
Collins John F., laborer Bleachery, boards Bates 
Collins Margery E., widow of Mathew F., h. Lower Main 



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Collins Richard, operative Androscoggin mill, h. Lincoln 
Collins William, groceries and provisions, Lincoln, h. do. 
Colte Alphonse, laborer Lewiston mill, house Lincoln 
Colten Frank, operative, h. Main, n. Bridge, Barkerville 
Conant Abigail F.Mrs., widow of Oliver, house Birch, cor. 

Lisbon 
Conant Alfred P., merchant, house Ilorton, cor. Pine 
Conant Benj. (Bradford, Conant & Co.), h. No. Auburn 
Conant Charles B., photographer, house Bartlett, n. Pine 
Conant Charles S., lawyer, Central blk., house at Auburn 
Conant Frank A., shoecutter, h. 10 Bates block, Canal 
Conant W. Y., sewing machines, house Franklin 
Conant William, laborer Bleachery, boards Knox 
Condon John, operative Bates mill, house rear Bleachery 
Conelv John II., engineer, house Main, near Bridge 
Council John, callender Bleachery, house Lincoln 
Council Peter, callender Bleachery, boards Lisbon 
Connelly Daniel, laborer Continental mill, h.foot of Bates 
Connelly George S., teamster, boards Park, near Ash 
Connelly Mary Mrs., widow of Cornelius, h. Park', n. Ash 
Conner Henry C. (Fuller, Conner & Co.), shoe-tongue 

manufactory, Main, house (51 Lisbon 
Connors Dominick, third hand Lincoln mill, h. Lincoln 
Connor Charles E., clerk, 32 Lisbon, boards 9 Lowell 
Connor Erastus, building mover, house 9 Lowell 
Connor James S., operative Androscoggin mill, boards 

Treinont House 
Connor Maurice, laborer bleachery, boards Town road 
Connors Daniel, silverplater, boards Lincoln 
Connelly Bernard (P. McGillicuddy & Co.), serge boot 

mnlV., boards Mr. Hicks', Main 
Conturier Burno H., groceries and provisions, Lincoln, 

house do. 
CONTINENTAL MILL, Oxford, near Chestnut 
Cook Abel, farmer, house Nevens road 
Cook Albert, supt. Bates woolen mill, house 95 Bates 
Cook Frank, operative Bates mill, house Knox 
Cook Frank V., overseer spinning Cumberland mill, house 

Knox, corner Birch 
Cook George, carriage blacksmith, bds. Lisbon, opp. P. O. 
COOK JOHN G., druggist and apothecary, 87 Lisbon, 

house 29 Pine 
Cook Silas W. (Douglass & Cook), bookseller and sta- 
tioner, 2 Lisbon, house College 
Coombs George M., architect, boards C. F. Douglass', Up- 
per Main 
Coombs John Dexter, carpenters, boards Mrs. Moody's, 
Park, near Maple 



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Coombs J. L., overseer yard and watch Bates mill, house 

Canal, on Pine 
Coombs Nelly Miss, house 9 Bates block, Canal 
Coombs Thomas A., freight agent, house 19 High 
Coombs Thomas A., freight clerk Androscoggin division, 

boards F rye's block, Main 
Cooper James, machinist Lewiston mill, house Bartlett, 

corner Chestnut 
Cooper Lysandcr, overseer Lewiston mill, house Blake, 

corner Walnut 
Coppock James, operative Bates mill, house Knox 
Corbett Aaron O., blacksmith, boards foot of Bates 
Corbett William, clerk?, boards Bartlett, near Walnut 
Corcoran James P., filemaker, house Ash, corner Lincoln 
Corcoran Timothy, operative Continental, h. Lincoln 
Cordie James, picker Androscoggin mill, bds. Lincoln 
Gordon Thomas, laborer, house Lincoln 
Corlew Rollin, operative Bates mill, boards Lisbon, near 

Hill mill 
Corliss Charles G., jeweler, house Middle, corner Main 
Cornish Adelbert L>., attorney, Union block, Lisbon, house 

Lisbon, 20 Park 
Cornish Charles P., clerk, bds. E. Cornish's, Upper Main 
Cornish Elbridge, clothing, hats, caps, and gents' furnish- 
ing goods, 55 Lisbon, house Upper Main 
Cornish John. A., clerk, 57 Lisbon, bds. American IIouso 
Cote Edmund, silverplater, boards 2 Lincoln block 
Cotton Abbie J., widow of Benjamin It., house Pine cor. 

Bartlett 
Cotton John B., lawyer, house 30 Pine, near Bartlett 
Cotton Zeruiah, widow of James P., h. Bridge, near Main 
Coty Frank, silverplater, boards below bleachery 
Coughey Thomas, laborer, house Bates, near Lewiston 

machine-shop 
Coughlin James, operative, house Bartlett, near Walnut 
Coughlin Patrick J., clerk, 38 Lisbon, boards 3£ Main 
Coughlin Thomas, operative Androscoggin mill, boards 

Lisbon 
Coullard Frank, helper, boards Lincoln 
Covell John W., harnessmaker, Main, near Franklin, h. 

23 Lowell, corner Middle 
COWAN DxWID, agent Aurora mill, house Pine, corner 

Bartlett 
Cowan Ephraim, carpenter, house rear 108 Lisbon 
Cowell David B. Rev., house 25 High 
Cowell Ilervey S., student, house 25 High 
Craig Archibald, machinist, house 20 High 
Craig Margaret, widow of George, 20 High 
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Crawshaw John, operative Lewiston bleachery, h. 97 Park 
Crawshaw William, operative, house Park, near Maple 
Crawshaw Willinni J., clerk, i Hilton's block, h. 97 Park 
Creeden John, silver plater, boards Birch, near Knox 
Cressey David B., house 23 Lowell 
Crocker Crosby N., shoemaker, house 6 Brooks 
Crockett Albert C, machinist, boards 4 Lowell 
Crockett Daniel, spinner Aurora mill, house Lisbon road 
Crockett George L., section hand, house 25 Park 
Crockett George W., carpenter, house 38 Pine 
Cronin Cornelius, laborer Continental mill, h. r. IT II 1 mill 
Cronin Jeremiah, watchman Bates mill, boards Lisbon 
Crosby Alfred B. (Curtis & Crosby), photographer, house 

Bartlett, near Pine 
Crosby Henry W., farm hand, house East avenue 
Crosby John, stonecutter, h. foot of Bates, near saw-mill 
Cross Herbert M., student, bds. 8 Androscoggin block 
Cross Horace, watchman DeWitt house, Pine, cor. Park, 

house do. 
Cross John, house 4 Frye's block, Main 
Cross John B., shoemaker, boards 30 Lisbon 
Cross Noah L., laborer, house Bartlett 
Cross Sarah, widow of William II., house 30 Lisbon 
Cross Solomon, blacksmith, house 30 Lisbon 
Cross William L., house 8 Androscoggin 
Crossman Daniel, house Main, cor. Cemetery 
Crowder Joseph, clerk, house Franklin, near Ash 
Crowell James, mechanic, house 22 High 
Crowley James, laborer Continental mill, h. rear Hill mill 
Crowell James L., foreman Lewiston machine shop, house 

19 High 
Crowley Jeremiah, oiler Bates mill, house Water 
Crowley John, operative Continental mill, house Lincoln 
Crowley Priscilla Mrs., widow of Jerry, jr., h. 51 Main 
Crowther Joe, clerk, boards 79 Lisbon 
Crush Thomas, painter Lincoln mill, h. Main, c. Franklin 
Crush William, operative, boards 13 Hill block 
Cumberland Mill, J. L. II. Cobb & Co., proprietors, rear of 

Androscoggin mills 
Cummings Anthony, carpenter, house 107 Lisbon 
Cummings Benjamin P., second hand Lewiston mills, h. 

9 Park 
Cummings Charles IT., molder, boards Bridge, near High 
Cummings Edwin II., agent Lewiston Machine Co., house 

Bridge, cor. Jones 
Cummings S. A., grocer, Main, n. Franklin, h. 6 Sabattus 
Cumner William B., carpenter, house 48 Upper Main 



38 LEWISTON [D] DIRECTORY. 

Cunningham Frank, watchman Continental mill, boards 
Park, near Main 

Cunningham William E., machinist Lewiston mills, house 
91 Lincoln 

Curit William J., operative, boards 22 Park 

Curran Robert, barber, house Knox, below Park 

Currier Joseph, laborer Androscoggin mill, house Lincoln 

Currier Otis, carpenter, house 19 Park 

Curtis Ahnon, farmer, house Upper Main 

Curtis Cyrus W. (Curtis & Crosby), photographer, Lisbon, 
house 5 Middle 

Curtis Frank E., boards American house 

Curtis Isaac G., insurance agent, house 44 Pine 

Curtis John, teamster, house Bridge 

Curtis John 11., carpenter, house 34 Lisbon 

Curtis & Crosby (C. W. Curtis & A. 13. Crosby), photo- 
graphers, Lisbon 

Cushing John, farther, house Webster 

Cutler Henry, civil engineer, bds. Jones blk., Upper Main 

Cutler Otis, candy-maker, boards Tremont house 

DACY MICHAEL, laborer, bds. Bates, n. machine-shop 

Daggett Henry T., house Franklin, near Piue 

Daggett II. T. Mrs., ladies' furnishing goods, 59 Lisbon, 

house 51 Franklin 
Dagneau Edward, laborer Lewiston mills, house Lincoln 
Dagneau Edward A., operative Lewiston mills, h. Blake 
Daley Abiel, boardinghouse, 44 Lisbon 
Daley Bertha Mrs., dressmaker, 44 Lisbon 
Daley Charles C, grocer, boards 44 Lisbon 
Daley Henry, carpenter, board's 44 Lisbon 
Daley Lorenzo, clerk, boards 44 Lisbon 
Daley Patrick, laborer Lewiston mills, h. Knox, n. Birch 
Dalton Nathan, boards Dr. Fillebrown's, Bartlett, n. Piue 
Daly Abial (A. Daly & Co.), grocer, Main, h. 44 Lisbon 
Daly A. & Co. (Abial Daly & Lindell Gray), grocers, 5 

Central block, Main 
Daly Edwin V., clerk B. Litchfield, h. Main, c. Cemetery 
Daly Lorenzo W., clerk, house 44 Lisbon 
Damon Herbert L., salesman Budford, Conant & Co., 

boards Spring, Auburn 
Daniells E. John, blacksmith, boards Lincoln block, Main 
Daniels George, laborer, house Franklin, near Ash 
Daniels George G., joiner, house Main, corner Franklin 
Daniels Henry, section hand, boards Franklin, near Ash 
Daniels James M., potter, h. old Lisbon road, n. East av. 
Daniels John E., blacksmith, boards Lincoln block 
DAN1ELSON JOHN W., agent Androscoggin mills, 

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Darling Chnrles E. (Darling & Sydston), bootmakers, 

Main, house 25 Main, Auburn 
Darling John, shoemaker, Lower Main, near Bridge, house 

Summer, Auburn 
Darling & Lydston (Chas. E. Darling & John E. Lydston), 

bootmakers, Alain, west end Canal bridge 
Darrah L. C, fancy and dry goods, 3*2 Lisbon, h. 40 Pine 
Darrah Warren C, fancy goods, Lisbon, house 40 Pine 
Daumells Henry, section hand Lewiston mill, h. Bates 
Davis Benjamin P., painter^ house Ilorton, near Sabattus 
Davis Charles, student, house 5 Mechanics block 
Davis Charles II., master carpenter and bridge inspector 

M. C. R. R., office at depot, house at Farmington 
Davis Charles N., painter, boards Mrs. Doyle's, Park 
DAVIS EZEKIEL, agent Lincoln and Continental mills, 

boards DeWitt House 
Davis Frank A., painter, bds. Ilorton, near Sabattus 
Davis Frank W., bobbin shop, bds. Lincoln block, Main 
Davis George W., second hand Continental mill, house 14 

Maple 
Davis Jackson, farmer, house Union, near Main 
Davis John A., gardener, house Sabattus road, cor. East 

avenue 
Davis John A., jr., sewing-machine dealer, house Blake, 

near Ash 
Davis John F., carpenter, house High, corner Bridge 
Davis John S., operative Hill mill, h. Riverside n. R. R. 
Davis Joseph, overseer Androscoggin mill, house Maple, 

cor. Park 
Davis Joseph Jeff., house 16 Maple 

Davis Moses, operative Bates mill, boards 5 Bates block 
Davis Oliver, hairdresser, Main and Park, h. 22 Bates 
Davis Orin E., carpenter, house Middle, corner Main 
Davis Otis P., carpenter, house Lisbon road, above East 

avenue 
Davis R. A., widow of Thomas, house 5 Mechanics blk. 
Dawes Deborah E., widow of Franklin, bds. 19 Park 
DAWES JAMES S. (J. S. & Co.), crockery, Jones block, 

Main, boards 1 Spring, Auburn 
DAWES cvj CO. (J. S. Dawes), crockery, china, and glass- 
ware, 5 Jones block, Main 
Day Bessie M. Miss, bookkeeper Day, Nealy & Co., gro- 
cers, Main, house 20 Middle 
Day Edward, laborer Lewiston mill, house Lincoln 
Day Enos A., carpenter, house Sabattus, near Horton 
Day Fessenden I., shoestore, 5 Journal block, house Main, 

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Day ITersey (II. Day & Co.), hardware, Main, Louse 20 
Middle 

Day II. & Co. (Hersey Day, Albert B. Nealy, Joseph II. 

Day), hardware, Main, corner Middle 
Day Isaac C, billiards, Central block, house at Auburn 
Day Jeremiah, farmer, house College 
Day Joseph H. (II. Day & Co.), hardware, house Sabattus, 

near Main 
Day Joseph II. (Day, Nealey & Co.), grocers, Main, cor. 

Bates, house Sabattus, near Lowell's Corner 
Day Martin C, student Latin school, boards A. Libby's, 

Sabattus 
Day, Nealey & Co. (Joseph II. Day, Albert B. Nealey), 

grocers, Main, corner Bates 
Day I£. Jennie Miss, teacher Intermediate school No. 3, 

boards S. Pierce's, Bates 
Day Thomas F. (Varney & Day), bakers, Franklin, near 

Main, house 95 Park 
Day William B., carpenter, hoards 5 Oxford 
Deane Erastus S., silverplater, boards at Auburn 
Deane Frank II., operative, boards Mrs. Tapper's, Lisbon 
Bearing Alphonso O., house 19 Sabattus 
Dearing Charles II., blacksmith, Main, near Lowell's cor- 
ner, house Sabattus, near College 
Defrain Joseph, Bates mill, boards Lisbon 
Delano Margaret, tailoress, house Main, near Bridge 
Delisle Ulric, baker, house Lincoln, corner Chestnut 
Delouth John, operative Bates mill, house Lincoln 
Dempsey George A., supt. Lewiston bleaehery, h. Maple, 

corner Bates 
Dempsey James, agent Lewiston bleaehery, house Maple, 

corner Bates 
Dennett Charles W., overseer dry-room, house 9 Lowell 
Dennett Isaac C, student, house 9 Lowell 
Dennett Mary, widow of Charles, house 9 Lowell 
Dennett Menander, overseer cloth hall Androscoggin mill, 

house 92 Park 
Dennison Atchison K., section hand Androscoggin mill, 

boards 1'2 Androscoggin block 
Derochemont George W., molder, house Upper Main 
Deshon Charles A., watchman Bates mill, house Summer, 

near Bridge 
Devine Charles, laborer Bates mill, house Lisbon 
Dewire James, laborer Lewiston mills, house Lincoln 
DeWitt House, Park 

Dexter Pardon N., overseer, house 98 Park 
Dexter Pardon N., jr., overseer mule spinning Lincoln 

mill, house 87 Park 
Dexter Henry C, second haad Lewiston mills, house at 

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Dexter R., sash, doors, and blinds, house 58 Pleasant st., 

foot Cross canal, Auburn 
Dickey Fannie II. Miss, teacher Rose hill school, boards 

IT. II. Dickey's, East avenue 
DICKEY HENRY II., leather manufacturer, Main, near 

guard-locks, house East avenue 
DICKEY WILUAM, beltmakcr II. II. Dickey manufac- 
tory, house East avenue 
Dill Orrin, operative Lewiston mill, boards Main 
Dill Phineas W. (P. W. Dill & Son), proprietor Conti- 
nental hotel, Chapel, near Main, house do. 
Dill William R. (P. W. Dill & Son), proprietor Continen- 
tal hotel, Chapel, near Main, house do. 
DILL P. W. & SON (P. W. Dill and Wm. R. Dill), 

proprietors Continental Hotel, Chapel, near Main 
Dillingham John A., confectionery and bird store, Main, 

corner Franklin, house do. 
Dillingham Louisa, widow, boards J. A. Dillingham's, 

Main, coiner Franklin 
DINGLEY FRANK L. (N. Dingley, jr., & Co.), editor 

Lewiston Journal, house Court street, Auburn 
DINGLEY NELSON, Jr. (N. Dingley, jr., & Co.), editor 

Lewiston Journal, house Upper Main 
Dingley Nelson, jr., & Co. (Frank L. Dingley), publishers 
and proprietors Lewiston Journal, 2 Journal block, 
Lisbon 
Dinsmore Catherine A., widow of George T., h. Summer 
Dinsmore Charles A., mill man, house Summer 
Ditson Mark L., machinist, boards Lowell 
Dix Leonard M. (Dix & Hancock), granite worker, house 

College 
Dix & Hancock (Leonard M. Dix and Richard Hancock), 

granite workers, Bates, near R. R. 
Dixon Hannum II., stoneworker, h. Sabattus, cor. Ilorton 
Dixon Melville, stonecutter, house College, cor. Skinner 
Dixon Nelson, stoneworker, house Sabattus, cor. Ilorton 
Dixon William, operative Bates mill, h. Bartlett, n. Maple 
Dockworth William, second hand Hill mill 
Dodge Alphonso, harnessmaker, h. 3 Rink bldg., Elizabeth 
Dodge Charles II., upholsterer, boards Mrs. Slade's, Canal 
Dodge C. II., shoemaker, boards Lincoln block, Main' 
Dodge II. A. Mrs., ladies' furnishing goods, 3 Hilton blk., 

Lisbon, house do. 
Dodge Nelson A., woodturner, house Main 
Dolbier Hiram, operative Bates mill, house Franklin 
Dolbier Ward S., machinist, house 27 Franklin 
Donahue James O., laborer, house Knox, near Maple 
Donahue Thomas, silverplater, boards at Auburn 
Donaldson Robert, works at cotton mill, house 8 Maple- 



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Donovan Daniel, operative Bates mill 

Donovan Dennis, laborer, house Knox, near Birch 

Donavan John, operative Lewiston mills, house Park 

Donovan John A., physician, over Wakefield Bros., Lis- 
bon, house do. 

Donnell Asa S. (Harris & Donnell), hairdresser, h. Bates, 
near Lowell 

Donnell Frederick, shoemaker, house College 

Donnell George IT. (Donnell & Osgood), stoves and tin- 
ware, 105 Lisbon, house at Auburn 

Donnell & Osgood (G. II. Donnell and C. W. Osgood), 
stoves and tinware, 105 Lisbon 

Donnell Mrs., widow, house College 

Donnelly Patrick, laborer Lewiston mills, house rear An- 
droscoggin depot 

Dorisha Hector, operative Bates mill, boards Lincoln 

Doss William, salesman, house 83 Bates 

Doten Alvah, blacksmith, Hates, nearly opposite Baptist 
church) house Middle, near Main 

Dougherty William, laborer, h. Bates, near machine-shop 

Dougherty John, laborer Lewiston mill, house Water 

Doughty John, overseer Aurora mill, bds. Lincoln block, 
Main 

DOUGLASS CHARLES P., architect Savings Bank 
building, Lisbon, cor. Pine, house Upper Main 

Douglass Oscar G. (Douglass & Cook), stationers and 
booksellers, 2 Lisbon, house Chapel, cor. Lowell 

DOUGLASS & COOK (O. G. Douglass and S. W. Cook), 
books, stationery, paper hangings, etc., 2 Lisbon blk. 



Dovall David A., jobber, house Park 



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Dow George F., laborer, house Bates, cor. Birch 

Dow James D. W., carpenter, house Chestnut, near Park 

Dow Thomas, shoemaker, house Lincoln 

Dowries Isaac C, master-mechanic Continental mill, house 

3 Oxford 
Downey John F., operative Bates mill, h. Knox, n. Maple 
Downey Julia, widow, house Knox, near Maple 
Downing Daniel, laborer Androscoggin mill, h. Lisbon road 
Downing Thomas, yarder Bleachery, bds. 9 Androscoggin 

block 
Doyle David, seacaptain, house Jones, near brickyard 
Doyle Eugene, porter Continental Hotel, Chapel, near 

Main, house do. 
Doyle Sarah E., widow, 69 Park 
Doyle Thomas, bobbinmaker boards Water 
Doyle Thomas, jr., bobbinmaker, house Water 
Drake Cyril P., cigarmanulacturer, Chapel, n. Main, h. do. 
Dresser John C-, shoelinisher, bds. Auburn House, Auburn 
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Dresser Randall (F. B. Sprague & Co.), grocer, Upper 

Main, house Bridge, near High 
Drew A. B., boards Lincoln block, Main 
Drew George A. (G. A. Drew & Co.), jeweler, house 51 

Franklin 
Drew George A. & Co. (G. A. Drew, II. A. Osgood, and 

C. A. Osgood), jewelers, S3 Lisbon 
Drew Mary S., widow of Charles, house 26 Franklin 
Drew Sylvester E., welter, boards David Spearing's, Lisbon 
Driscoll Daniel, laborer Androscoggin mill, house Lisbon 
Driscoll Michael, house Lower Main, near Bridge 
Driscoll Patrick, sexton Catholic church, h. Park', n. Ash 
Driscoll Timothy, operative Bates mill, house Lincoln 
Drown Francis, fanner, house Sabattus, near Horton 
Duckworth Elizabeth J., widow of John, house Pierce, 

near Birch 
Duckworth William, second hand, h. Pierce, near Birch 
Dudley Andrew C, teamster Lewiston mills, house Park, 

near Common 
Dudley Lewis, house 18 College 
Dudley Peter, laborer, house rear Lisbon, near Birch 
Dudley William, boards Franklin, near Main 
Dugan Connack, operative Lewiston mill, house n. Lincoln 
Dugan James, operative, house 154 Lisbon 
Dugan Michael, laborer Lewiston mill, house rear Andro- 
scoggin depot 
Dudley Joseph D., fish and oyster market, 107 Lisbon, 

house Lisbon, near Ash 
Dunbar Daniel G., clerk, house 47 High 
Dunbar Mary Mrs., widow of Peter, house 47 High 
Dunham George A., operative, boards David Sparing's, 

Lisbon, near Chestnut 
Dunham Lucius C, grocer, Main, corner Franklin, house 

College, above the College 
DUNLAP CHARLES F., agent Travellers Ins. Co., 

Lyceum bloek, Lisbon, house 27 Spring, Auburn 
Dunn Colton G., compositor Journal oitiee, h. at Auburn 
Dunn Ida A. Miss, teacher Bakerville, boards Upper Main, 

opp. Mountain avenue 
Dunn James operative Androscoggin mill, house rear 

Bleachery 
Dunn Josiah, jr., master mason, house Upper Main, opp. 

Mountain avenue 
Duryi Robert, operative Bates mill, boards Mill 
Durgin Frank, photographer, boards 11 Middle 
Durgin James, painter, boards Franklin, near Main 
Duston William O., second hand Lewiston mill, boards 

Park, near Birch 



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Dunton Annie Mrs., dressmaker, Lisbon, mar Chestnut 
Dunton John, mason, house Lisbon, near Chestnut 
Dunton Moses A., stonemason, house 23 Ash, cor. Bates 
Dunton Roswell C, servant, boards Park, near Chestnut 
Dutton Nathan W., dry goods, 1 Pillsbury block, Lisbon, 

house Blake, near Ash 
Dwelley Horace D. (Ham & Dwelley). grocers, Barker's 

mill, house Webster, corner Ash 
Dwier James S., shoemaker, house 11 Lowell 
Dwyer James, laborer Lewiston mill, house Lincoln 
Dwyer John, laborer, liouse Town road 
Dyer George F., machinist, boards 12 Bates corporation 
Dyer James, operative Bates mill, boards Lincoln 

EAMES SAMUEL, operative Androscoggin mill, boards 

Lisbon 
Earle William, painter Lincoln mill, h. Park, ri. Chestnut 
Eastern Express Co., J. F. Booth by, agent, 7 Lisbon 
Eastman Anson M., watchmaker, house at Auburn 
Eastman Henry N"., mason, house Union, near College 
Eastman Josiah N., carpenter, house Garceloi:,- cor. Vale 
Eastman Thomas A., overseer city teams, h. foot of Cole 
Eaton Christiana, widow of Joshua, h. 10 Androscoggin 

block 
Eaton David P., carpenter bleachery, boards 9 Andro- 
scoggin block 
Eaton Mary, widow, boards Main 
Edgecomb Aaron, overseer Bates mill, house 80 Park 
Edgecomb Eli, physician, 87 Lisbon, house 24 Main 
Edgecomb Sarah, widow of Thomas B., house 38 Blake 
Edler Frederick, section hand Lewiston mill, boards Lin- 
coln block, Main 
Edwards Addison S., carpenter, house Lowell, n. Bates 
Edwards Aldeu A., operative, house Lowell, near Bates 
Edward C. Henry, operative, boards 42 Lisbon 
Edwards Henry, second hand Androscoggin mill, h. Lisbon 
Edwards Luther, boardinghouse, 42 Lisbon 
Edwards Michael, picker Androscoggin mill, house rear 

Androscoggin depot 
Edwards Michael, operative, h. Bates, n. machine-shop 
EDWARDS THOMAS, boots and shoes, 3d door from 

Lisbon block, Lisbon, house rear foundry 
Egan Michael, grocer, Lincoln, liouse do. 
Ehrenf'ried George, fancy goods, 20 Lisbon, house do. 
Elder Eben YV., carpenter, house 14 High 
Elder Gilman B., carpenter Bates mill, h. 32 Franklin 
Elder J. G., cabinet picture frames, &e., shop Bates, opp. 

Freewill Baptist church, house 2 Lowell 
Ellard George A\ r ., boots and shoes, 9G Lisbon, house do. 



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Elliott Andrew J., machinist Bates mill, house Park, cor. 

Chestnut 
Ellis John II., mechanic, house Park, near Maple 
Ellis Oscnr, bobbin maker, boards Franklin Co. block 
Ell wood William, spare hand Lewiston mill, h. Lincoln 

Elms , farmer, h. Nevens road, near Sabattus road 

Elwell John L., carpenter, boards Bartlett, corner Ash 
Emerson Eugene, laborer, house Main, Baikerville 
Emerson Frank, teamster, boards foot of Middle 
Emerson John F., overseer Franklin Co. work, h. Web- 
ster, near Orange 
Emerson Orrin, horsedealer, house Main, Baikerville 

Emerson , farmer, house Webster, above East avenue 

Emerton James F., clerk, 14 Lisbon, boards do. 
Emerton Joseph C, clerk, 46 Lisbon, house at Auburn 
Emery Alfred II., clerk Androscoggin mill, bds. 41 Pine 
Emery Annie L. Mrs., widow of Alfred II., house 4L Pine 
Emery Anthony J., merchant, house 18 College 
Emery Benjamin T., carpenter Lincoln mill, house Pierce, 

' near Walnut 
Emery Clarke, watchman Androscoggin mill, house rear 

1G0 Lisbon 
Emery Frank IT., hairdresser 27 Lisbon, bds. Lisbon blk. 
Emory George C, painter, boards Lincoln block, Main 
Emery Ilattie E. Miss, teacher Bates street school No. 8, 

boards 41 Pine 
Emery Hernando N., bookkeeper, h. Pierce, n. Walnut 
Emery Marshall, clerk, house 14 Lowell 
Entwistle William, confectioner, Franklin, near Main, 

house 23 Franklin 
Erskine Alexander, joiner, house 18 Franklin 
Estes Ablen C, carpenter, house Webster, corner Pine 
Estcs Alvin, blinder Lewiston mill, house 83 Lincoln 
Estes Henry P., teamster, house Union, near College 
Estes Howard, boots and shoes, 44 Lisbon, h. at Auburn 
Estes Isaac II., pressman Journal office, house 41 Pine 
Estes Joseph, farmer, 'house College 
Estes Robert, operative Aurora mill, boards Orange, near 

Webster 
Everett James, boot and shoe maker, Main, near Park, 

boards Franklin, near Main 
Everett William, house 38 Pine 
Evings Magnus, section hand Androscoggin mill, boards 

i) Androscoggin block 

FABIAN , house Ash 

Fahey Patrick, laborer, house Bates, below machine shop 
Fairbanks George C, cigarmaker 28 Lisbon, bds. Franklin 
Fairbanks Hiram, carpenter Lewiston mills, house 46 
Pleasant, Auburn 



46 LEWISTON [J] PITlECTOftY. 

Fairfield John O., shoemaker, boards Lisbon 

Fales Horace, joiner, house Nevens road 

Tales Mary M., widow, boards Dr. Bradford's, Pine 

Fallen Henry, operative Pates mill, house Lincoln 

Farmer Michael, laborer Bates mill, house Lincoln 

Farwell Nathaniel W., agent Franklin Co., DeWitt house 

block, house Bates, corner Walnut 
Farwell Olive, widow of Levi, house Pierce, n. Chestnut 
Farr Converse J., policeman, house Webster, n. Orange 
Fair George W., physician, house 5 Middle 
Farr Nathaniel, clerk 7 Lisbon block, h. Ash, n. Sabattus 
Farr Susan L., widow, house 63 Park 
Farrah David, assessor, h. East aw, n. Rose Hill school 
Farrell Thomas, laborer, house Lincoln 
Farrin Frank T., clerk, boards 40 Lisbon 
Farrin Sarah A., widow, 46 Lisbon 

Farrington Arthur, painter, h. Chapel, n. American house 
Faugh t Columbus II., policeman, house Middle 
Faulton Archie, operative Bates mill 
Fayhe Thomas, operative Lincoln mill, boards Lincoln 
Fellowes Orrin, watchman Lewiston mills, h. 24 Franklin 
Felt Artemus, jeweler, 2 Lisbon block, Lisbon, house do. 
Ferguson Harvey C. (Goodwin, Wnite, and Ferguson), 

shirt manufacturer, boards DeWitt House 
Ferguson Harvey C. (Waite & Ferguson), sewing ma- 
chines, boards DeWitt House 
Fern aid S. W., hackman, boards Lincoln block, Main 
Field Charles E., compositer Journal office, bds. 16 Bates 
Field Esther A., widow of Barton, house Park, near Pine 
Fields Frank, operative, Lincoln block, bds. Lincoln block 
Fields Francis S., dresser Bates mill, boards 5 Bates blk. 
Field James, operative Bates mill, house Bates 
Fielding Will, spinner Bates mill, boards Main 
Fields Millard F., section-hand Bates mill, boards 5 Bates 

corporation 
Fillebrown Thomas, surgeon dentist, Lyceum blk., Lisbon, 

house Bartlett, near Pine 
Finan John, spinner Continental mill, house Mill 
Finn Daniel F., currier, house Knox, near Maple 
Fisher Catherine, widow, boards 101 Bates 
Fisher George, second hand Hill mill, house 22 Hill block 
Fitzgerald Cornelius, clerk T. Vaughn's, house Lincoln 
Fitzgerald Daniel S., painter Continental mill, h. Lincoln, 

near Chestnut 
Fitzgerald George, operative, house 13 College 
Flagg Frank, pressman, 9 Lisbon, house at Auburn 
Flaherity Patrick, operative Bates mill, bds. 5 Bates blk. 
Flaherty Patrick, operative Lewiston Bleachery, h. Knox 
Flanagan Michael, spinner, house Knox 



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Flanders Alonzo, grinder Lewiston mill, house Summer, 

near Bridge 
Flemings John, folder, boards Knox:, near Birch 
Flint George IT., dry goods, 2 Tracy & Flint's blk., Lisbon, 

house Ash, cor. Horton 
Flint Josiah, house Lincoln block, Main, cor. Mill 
Flye George A., machinist, Androscoggin mill, h. Lisbon 
Flye John W., operative Lincoln mill, h. Jones, n. Bridge 
Flynn John F., dresser Lewiston mill, house at Auburn 
Flynn Martin, laborer Lewiston mill, house Lincoln 
Flynn William, operative Lincoln mill, bds. at Auburn. 
Fogg Beniah, farmer, house Main, Barkcrville 
Fogg Charles W., barber, boards DeWitt House 
Fogg David M., weaver Continental mill, h. Birch, n. Park 
Fogg Francis S. Mrs., widow of Timothy, house 13 Park 
Fogg Jennie E., widow of Charles F., h. Blake, cor. Ash 
Fogg Mrs., widow, house Winter, near Bates 
Fogg Nelson Y., shoecutter, boards 162 Lisbon 
Foley Patrick, laborer, house Knox, near Birch 
Fallen Thomas, operative Bates mill, boards 5 Bates blk. 
Folsom Israel, operative Continental mill, boards Blake, 

near Pine 
Folsom Mary, widow of William, house Blake, n. Pine 
Folsom Peter J., stonecutter, boards Mrs. Frank Ray- 
mond's, Park 
Folsom R. F. Mrs., millinery, 71 Lisbon, bds.' Mrs. Frank 

Raymond's, Park 
Ford John R., shoemaker, house 38 Franklin 
Ford Marshall, building mover, house '21 Park 
Foss Frank B., clerk, 11 Lisbon, bds 6 Mechanics block 
Foss John, carpenter, house 11 Lowell 
Foss T. J., excelsior mnfr., office Sabattus, house Sabattus 
Foss William H., carpenter, house G Mechanics block 
Foster Charles II., tinsmith, 10 Lisbon, bds. Lincoln block, 

Main 
Foster Frank B., millman, boards Charles Hilton's, Winter 
Foster Jeremiah, laborer Lewiston mill, house Lincoln 
Foster Jordan R., operative Bates mill, house IS Canal 
Foutain Edward, laborer Lewiston mill, house Lincoln 
Fox Patrick F., silverplater, house at Auburn 
Foye Charles, physician, boards Mrs. Tapper's, Lisbon 
FRANKLIN COMPANY, office under DeWitt house, 

Park 
Frank Susie C. Miss, teacher Lincoln St. primary school, 

boards 27 Park 
Frazer Alexander, -weaver Lewiston mills, house Lincoln 
Frazier Alphonzo, operative Bates mill, house Lincoln 



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Frerlricks Frank, laborer, house rear Lisbon, n. Birch 
Free Henry, billiard hall, 79 Lisbon, house 3 College 
Freeman Samuel, carpenter, house 11 College 
Freese George B., operative, house Park, near Birch 
Frenan John, gatekeeper Franklin Co., 21 Bates 
FRENCH CYRUS AY., carpenter, house Cottage, near 

Whipple 
French John, shoemaker, house 5G Blake 
FRENCH SAMUEL G., books, stationery, and room 

papers, 40 Lisbon, house 2G High 
Friedman Faibel (J. Friedman & Co.), dry and fancy 

goods, boards 17 Lisbon 
FRIEDMAN JOSEPH (J. Friedman & Co.), dry goods, 

17 Lisbon, house do. 
Friedman J. & Co. (F. Friedman), dry and fancy goods, 

17 Lisbon 
Friend Thomas, operative Lewiston mill, boards Park 
FROST A. E. (Jordan, Frost ■& Co.), planing-mill, foot 

Cross canal, house 38 High 
Frost Charles W., operative Lincoln mill, boards Mr. 

Fogg's, Lincoln 
Frost John L., miller, boards 9 Middle 
Frost Nathaniel B., overseer cloth-room Lincoln mill, h. 

Chapel, opposite American house 
Frost William, cabinet maker, house 24 Union, Auburn 
Fournyer Jacques, laborer, house Knox 
Fry Daniel, painter, house Pierce, near Walnut 
Frye Albert S., physician, Lisbon, h. 5G Upper Main 
FRYE JOHN M., agent Lewiston Falls- Manufacturing 

Co., office Mill, near Lower Main, h. 56 Upper Main 
Frye William P. (Frye & Cotton), lawyer, h. Upper Main 
' Frye & Cotton (William P. Frye and John B. Cotton), 

rooms over First National Bank 
Fuller Andrew D., operative Lewiston mill, 87 Lincoln 
Fuller, Conner & Co. (Ilosea Y. Fuller, Henry C. Conner, 

Rodney Capen), shoe-tongue manufacturers, Main St., 

over Thompson & Putnam 
FULLER, CONNER & CO. (IT. Y. Fuller, IT. C. Con- 
ner, and R. B. Capen), sewing machines, 01 Lisbon 
Fuller Daniel D., boardinghouse, h. Milk lane, n. Lowell 
Fuller Fanny AY. Mrs., dressmaker, h. Milk lane, n. Lowell 
FULLER H. YOUNG, (Fuller, Conner & Co.), sewing 

machines, house GL Lisbon 
Fuller II. Y., sewing machines, boards Tremont house 
Fuller Ilosea Hauling, house Bartlctt, near Ash 
Fuller Ilosea Y. (Fuller, Conner & Co.), shoe-tongue man- 
ufacturers, Main, house Gl Lisbon 
Fuller James, clergyman, house 1G0 Lisbon 
Fullonton John, professor Bates college, house 47 Main 



LEWISTON [(}]' DIRECTORY. 49 

Fullonton John E., clerk Lewiston mill, house 47 Main 
Fulsoni Israel, section hand Continental mill, house Bates, 

near Ash 
Furbish Albert B., contractor and builder, Cross canal, 

house Upper Main 
Furbish John W., teamster, house 28 Franklin 
Furbish Kate Miss, colorist at C. B. Conant's photograph 

rooms 
FURBUSH GEO. W., livery stable, Ash, rear of Tre- 

mont house, boards Trcmont liouse 
Furbush Henry C, with G. W. Furbush, boards Trcmont 

house 
Furbush Warren, second hand Bleachery, boards rear IG'2 

Lisbon 
Furbush Warren B., painter, house Lisbon, near Ash 

GAGNER MILSON, laborer Lewiston mill, house Main 

Gagfler T. J., machinist, house Lincoln 

Gaguon Andrew, laborer Lewiston mills, house Lincoln 

Gagnon John B., clerk, Lincoln, hou.^e do. 

Gaillardet Joseph, helper, boards Lisbon 

Galusha Cyrus C, brick manufacturer, house Jones, near 

brick-yard 
Galusha Cyrus C, laborer, boards Park, corner Chestnut 
Galvin John, laborer, house Pierce, near Birch 
Galway Andrew J., laborer, house Knox, near Maple 
Gamage Eliza, dressmaker, 37 Ash 
Gamage Francis M. (Gamage & Chadbourn), painter, 

house 35 Ash 
GAMAGE & CHADBOURN (Francis M. Gamage and 

William B. Chadbourn), painters, Lower Main, near 

the Canal 
Gammon Charles, clerk, boards DeWitt house 
Gammon Charles, section hand Androscoggin mill, house 

Knox: 
Gammon George W., second hand Androscoggin mill, 

house 03 Park 
Gammon Nathaniel, agent, house Brooks 
Gannon Winifred, widow of Michael, h. Main, c. Middle 
Garcelon Alice Mrs., widow of Daniel, house 47 High 
Garcelon Alonzo (Garcelon & Hill), surgeon, house Hor- 

ton, corner Ash 
Garcelon Daniel M., clerk, house Bates, near M. C. depot 
Garcelon Elbridge W., carpenter, liouse Brooks, cor. Elm 
Garcelon George W., apothecary, Central block, Main, 

corner Lisbon, house 3(i College 
GARCELON HARVEY S., apothecary, Lisbon, corner 

Pine, house College 
Garcelon John, operative Bates mill, house College 
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Garcelon Leroy L., clerk, boards Brooks, corner Elm 
Garcelon Octavia I). Miss, dry and fancy goods, 102 Lis- 
bon, house do. 
Garcelon William, spinner Lewiston woolen mill, house 

Winter, near Bates 
GARCELON WILLIAM F., insurance agent, 2 Journal 

block, Lisbon, house Upper Main, near High 
Garcelon & Hill (A. Garcelon and E. IT. Hill), surgeons, 

Savings Bank building, Lisbon, corner Pine 
Garcelon William II., spinner Lewiston Falls Mnfg. Co. 
Gardiner William XL, machinist, house Maple, near Knox 
Gardner Almon J., mason, house Pierce near .Walnut 
Gardner I). W. Mrs., millinery and fancy goods, 31 Lis- 
bon, house 31 Lisbon 
Gardner Daniel W., 31 Lisbon, house 31 Lisbon 
Gardner II. L., call boy DeWitt House, house do. 
Gardner James, molder, boards foot of Bates 
Gardner Rebecca, widow of John E., house 27 Park' 
Gardner Stephen, carpenter, house Upper Main 
Gardner William II., machinist Bates mill, house Lisbon 
Gargnos Charles, operative Continental mill, h. Lincoln 
Garner Aaron, clerk, house Brooks 
Garner Allen, overseer Lincoln mill, house Mitchell block, 

Lisbon 
Garner Allen, carder Aurora mill, house Lisbon 
Garner Amelia Mrs., widow William, h. Park, cor. Birch 
GARNER JOHN (J. Garner & Co.), grocer, 154 Lisbon, 

house Park, corner Birch 
GARNER JOHN & CO. (Lineas Cheatham), grocers and 

fancy goods, 4 Hilton's block, 152 Lisbon 
Garner Lewis, clerk Continental mill, house Brooks, near 

Sabattus 
Garside George, second hand Bates mill, house Winter 
Garvin Thomas, laborer, house Knox, cor. Maple 
Gay Albert, shoemaker, boards 15 Lisbon 
Gay George, fancy goods, boots and shoes, Lisbon, near 

Ash, boards Main 
Gentler Hermann, operative Bates mill, boards 10 Lisbon 
George Jordan, shoe manufacturer, Lisbon, n. Lisbon blk. 
Gerrish David T., carpenter, house 34 College 
Gerry , joiner Bates mill, house East avenue, near 

Sabattns road 
Getchell Abiel L. (A. L. & P. P. Getchell), hats, caps, etc., 

house 41 Ash 
Getchell A. L. & P. P., hats, caps, and furs, 4G Lisbon 
Getchell Christopher T., carpenter, house 21 Bates 
Getchell Elizabeth E., widow of Richard, house Bates, 

corner Pine 
Getchell Ezra, boardinghouse, 1 and 2 Continental block 



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Getchell Ezra E., second overseer Lincoln mill, boards 

Lincoln block 
Getchell John M., harnessmaker, bds. 7 Porter block 
Getchell Josiah F., harnessmaker, house Main, n. bridge, 

Barkerville 
Getchell Otis J., weaver Continental mill, house Birch, 

corner Lisbon 
Getchell Phillips P. (A. L. & P. P. Getchell), hats, caps, 

etc., house 41 Ash 
Gibbons Alfred F., dying-room Bleacheiy, boards Con- 
tinental block 
Gibbs John K., bobbinmaker, house at Auburn 
Gibbs Oscar F., section hand Continental mill, h. 95 Park 
Gilford James, machinist, house Summer, near High 
Gilbert Adeline, widow of Sanford, house 2 Bates block 
Gilbert Aranda, boardinghouse, 3 Bates block 
Gilbert Caleb S., carpenter, house Elm, near College 
Gilbert Joseph 11., harnessmaker, boards Lisbon, below 

Lisbon hall 
Gilbert Judson D., bookbinder, boards Elm, near College 
Gilbert Martha A., tailoress, house Sabattus, near Ilorton 
Gilbert Rollin, clerk, I Lisbon block, boards 4 Birch 
Gilbert Roscoe G., livery, 7 Park, boards Canal, Bates 

corporation, No. 2 
Giles Horace F., student Bates college, boards A. Libby's, 

Sabattus . 
Gill Joseph Pearson, agent and treasurer Lewiston Gas 

Light Co., Lincoln, cor. Oxford, h. Webster, cor. Pine 
Gillen Henry, priest St. Joseph church, h. Main, c. Middle 
Gilligan Christopher, laborer, boards Knox, near Birch 
Gillispie Henry IL, operative Lewiston Bleachery, house 

09 Park 
Gillispie Sally Mrs., widow, house 69 Park 
Oilman Alden, slateroofer, house 25 Park 
Oilman Anson, painter, house 18 College 
Gilman Hannah E. Miss, teacher High school, house Main, 

opp. Union 
GILMAN J. L. (Gilman, Johnson & Co.), bobbins & spools, 

foot Cross canal, house at Somers worth, N. II. 
GILMAN, JOHNSON & CO. (L. A. Gilman, B. II. John- 
son, and J. L. Gilman), bobbin and spool manufactory, 

foot Cross canal 
GILMAN LAWRENCE A. (Gilman, Johnson & Co.), 

bobbins and spools, foot Cross canal, h. Vine, Auburn 
Gilpatrick David M., machinist, house Pierce, n. Walnut 
Gilpatrick .Tames, farmer, house Upper Main 
Gilpatrick Orrin, carpenter, house 5 Oxford 



52 LEWISTON [ft] DIRECTORY. 

Gilpatrick Phineas W., second band Bates mill, house 

rear Knox, near Maple 
Gilpatrick Thomas, works at Bleachery, boards 3G Blake 
Given Albert IT., finisher Aurora mill, house AVood, cor. 

Sabattus 
Given Arthur, tutor Bates college, house 25 Upper Main 
Given Charles IT., assistant postmaster, house 29 Park 
Given David, painter, boards Tremont house 
Given John, depot master M. C. R. R., house 30 High 
Given Lincoln Rev., house 30 High 
Given William II, section hand Bates mill, house Brooks, 

near Union 
Glidden Mary E. Miss, teacher Grammar school, boards 

Blake, cor. Ash 
Glines Mary E., widow, dressmaker, boards 21 Lisbon 
Goddard Abel (Goddard & Paul), dry goods, house River 

road 
Goddard Isaac, jr., dentist, boards 1 Park 
Goddard & Paul (Abel Goddard and E. S. Paul), dry 

goods, 94 Lisbon 
Goggin John, cardgrinder Androscoggin mill, h. Lincoln 
Goggin John, operative Bates mill, house Pierce, n. Birch 
Golden James, section hand Androscoggin mill, h. Lincoln 
Golder Alfred II., operative, boards G3 Park 
G older Henry A, operative Bates mill, bds. Park, n. Birch 
Golder Isaac S., farmer, house Sabattus road 
GOLDER ISAAC (Wood & Golder), coal and lumber, 

Middle, near Maine C. R. R. depot, house Webster, 

corner Sabattus 
Golder Moses D., farmer, house Sabattus, near Pine 
Golder Orin S., farmer, h. Sabattus road, n. Greene road 
Goodenow Freeman F., watchman, house 71 Park 
Goodrich Ichabod, sawfiler, Lower Main, near bridge, 

house Bridge 
Goodwin Charles D., carpenter, boards 15 Lisbon 
Goodwin Charles II., Lewiston Broom Co., Main, house 

Bates, near M. C. R. R. depot 
Goodwin Frank C. (Goodwin, Waite & Ferguson), shirt 

manufacturers, 57 Lisbon, boards DeWitt House 
Goodwin George, agent Lewiston Broom Co., Main, house 

Bates, near M. C. R. R. depot 
Goodwin, Waite & Ferguson (F. C. Goodwin, D. S. 

Waite, and II. C. Ferguson), shirt mnfrs., 57 Lisbon 
Gordon Franklin J., marble worker, bds. Mr. Raymond's, 

Park 
Gordon Phcebe Mrs., widow of Stillnian, house College, 

corner Skinner 
GOSS ALMOND L. (A. L. & E. F. Goss), stoves, fur- 
naces, etc., Main, cor. Lincoln, h. Main, cor. Lincoln 



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GOSS A. L. & E. F. (Almond S. Goss and EUery F. 

Goss), stoves, furnaces, etc., Main, corner Lincoln 
Goss Charles F. (J. W. Perkins & Co.), dry goods, 11 

Lisbon, boards 16 Hill block 
GOSS ELLERY F. (A. S. & E. F. Goss), stoves, furnaces, 

etc., Main, cor. Lincoln, house 24 Pleasant, Auburn 
Goss George W., clerk R. A. Hanscom & Co., boards Elm 

House, Auburn 
Goud Charles, boards Bates 
Gould Benjamin, joiner, house Nevens road 
Gould Edwin W., dyer, Main, house 2d door from Canal 

bridge 
Gould Frank, laborer Androscoggin mill, house Lisbon 
Gould Frank C, house Mitchell's block, Lisbon 
Gould Lewis F., bleacher, house Mitchell's block, Lisbon 
Gould Lorenzo D., section hand Lewiston mill, h. 37 Ash 
Gove Elias, laborer, boards George Ward's, Park 
Goweth Lewis, second hand yard Lewiston mills, house 

Lincoln 
Graftam Alonzo, clerk Day, Nealey & Co., boards High, 

near Bridge 
GrafFam Asa D., operative, boards 27 Park 
Gralfam Charles; clerk, boards 1G2 Lisbon 
GrafFam Daniel, farmer, house Webster and Greene roads, 

near Sabattus road 
Graftam David (J. A. Skinner & Co.), carriage fur goods, 

35 Hay market square, house 25 High 
GrafFam George W., ex-U. S. officer, boards 27 Park 
Graftam Joseph, painter, boards Lower Main 
GrafFam Oliver, house 27 Park 
Graftam W. II., carriagemaker, house 23 High 
Graham George W., boarding master, house 16 Bates 
Graham James, ftlecutter, boards 77 Lisbon 
. Graham John, filemaker, boards 75 Lisbon 
Graham Thomas J., ftlecutter, boards 75 Lisbon 
• Grant Amazia, firmer, house Franklin, near Main 
Grant Joseph, boards Franklin, near Main 
Granville William, operative Androscoggin mill, boards 

Bates 
Graves George B., operative, house Franklin, near Main 
Graves Osgood, carpenter, house 4 Frye's block, Main 
Graves Robert W., operative Continental mill, boards S. 

S. Moody's, Mitchell's block, Lisbon 
Gray Annie P. Miss, house 10 Mechanics block 
Gray George, operative, boards 87 Bates 
Gray Henry, operative, boards 162 Lisbon 
Gray Henry, operative Hill mill, boards 13 Hill block 
Gray Jesse A., machinist Lewiston mills, house Main St., 

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Gray Lindall A. (Daly & Co.), -grocer, Main, h. 44 Lisbon 
GKEELY CYRUS (Greely & Ilodgkins), builder, Main, 

near Canal bridge, h. Bartlett, bet. Pine and Ash 
Green Frank P., machinist, house Sabattus 
Green Henry II., dyer, Bates mill, house 89 Bates 
Green John P., carpenter, house Franklin, near Ash 
Green Josiah W., insurance agt., h. Franklin, n. Main 
Green Robert, operative Continental mill, house Lincoln 
Green Stillman E., machinist, boards 4G Lisbon 
Greenbank Joseph, operative Aurora mill, house Chapel, 

near American house 
Greenbacks William, spinner Aurora mill, house Chapel 
Greene Asa, fireman Continental mill, house 50 Blake 
Greene Charles, woolsorter Lewiston Falls Mnfg. Co. 
Greenwood James, operative Androscoggin mill, h. Blake 
Greenwood John, operative Lewiston mills, house Lincoln 
Gtey Caroline Miss, house Franklin, near Main 
Grey Mary A. Miss, house Franklin 

Grey Otis W., operative Lincoln mill, boards Lincoln blk. 
Grice Benjamin, hostler, house Upper Main 
Gridley Edwin, section hand, boards Park, cor. Chestnut 
Griffin Charles- W., theological student, h. Wood, n. Yale 
Griffin George E., operative Lewiston mills, bds. 2 Birch 
Griffin James, section hand Bates mill, boards Pine 
Griffin James H., shoe finisher, boards 2 Birch 
Griffin Thomas F., silverplatcr, 8 Main, It. at Auburn 
Griffin Timothy AY., machinist, house 2 Birch 
Griggs George W., teamster Continental mill, h. Lincoln 
Grilligan Christopher, bleacher, boards Knox 
Griswold Orrin, carpenter, house 22 Franklin 
Grover Henry, teamster, house 4 Maple 
Grover Mark, operative, house Chestnut, near Park 
Grover Yilla F., widow of Warrington, house Jones 
Groves Charles Ik, blacksmith, shop Park and Franklin, 

house 16 Franklin 
Groves George M., shoemaker, boards 9 Middle 
Guay Adelaide Mrs., widow of Francis, house 94 Park 
Galleys Fred., operative Bates mill, boards 5 Bates block 
Gnrney James M., fruit and confectionery, 36 Lisbon, h. do. 
Gurney John, laborer Lewiston mills, h. rear gas works 
Guptill Daniel, carder Aurora mill, house Lowell 
Guptill O. II. Mrs., dress and cloak maker, Mitchell's blk., 

Lisbon, boards No. 7, Androscoggin boarding block 

1 TACKY HENRY, shoemaker, boards 71 Park 

Ilacey , carpenter, boards 71 Park 

Hackett Frank, shoemaker, boards Middle, near Lowell 
Hackett Orison W., shoemaker, house Middle, n. Lowell 
Hackett William, carri:>gesmith, house 18 Bates 



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Haddock William, bleacher, house Pierce, near Maple 
Iladley Horace, overseer winding room Lewiston mill, 

house Webster, above East avenue 
Ilagerty Daniel, operative Androscoggin mill, house rear 

bleachery 
Hagerty John, laborer Androscoggin mills, house Lisbon 
Haghurst John W., operative, house Blake, near Walnut 
Haines George IL, clerk, house Bartlett, near Pine 
Haines William, operative, boards 53 Franklin 
Hale John T., foreman book and job room Journal office, 

house at Auburn 
Haley Charles IL, farmer, house Webster, n. East avenue 
Haley James, spinner Continental mill, house Lincoln 
Haley John, laborer, house Lincoln 
Haley Patrick, confectionery, T^ower Main, house do. 
Haley Samuel, farmer, house Webster 
Hall Albert E., wheelman, house Pine, corner Blake 
Hall Albert IL, clerk, house 6 Hill block 
Hall Andrew, house Main, opposite High school 
Hall Calvin, clerk IT. Day & Co., boards Main, n. Lowell 
Hall Charles P., clerk, boards D. G. Hall's, at Auburn 
Hall Daniel E., insurance agent, Union block, Lisbon, 

house at Auburn 
Hall Daniel G., jeweler, 73 Lisbon, house at Auburn 
Hall Fred K., clerk 25 Lyceum block, house at Auburn 
Hall Henry D., assistant paymaster Hill mill, boards 6 

Hill block 
HALL ISAAC R., painter, Franklin, n. Main, house do. 
Hall Joseph 0., watchman Lewiston Falls Manfg. Co. 
Hall Leroy li., shoemaker, boards Mrs. Green's, Franklin 
Hall Richard, spindle and fly manufacturing Lewiston 

mills, house Sullivan's block, Lincoln 
Hall Walter S., machinist, bds. S. Gardiner's, Upper Main 
Hall William, shoemaker, house Jones 
Hall William L., clerk Lewiston Gas Co., house Main, 

near Bridge 
Hallacy Dennis 3., machinist Bates mill, house Winter 
lfallacy Michael, painter, house Winter 
Hallahan Jude, widow, house Bates, near Middle 
Ham Abner L., pressman Journal office, boards Middle, 

corner Lowell 
Ham Augustus E., carpenter, house 45 Franklin 
Ham Ebenezer, farmer, house old Lisbon road 
Ham Edmund P. (J. B. Ham & Sons), h. Sabattus road 
Ham Evander A., patternmaker Lewiston mill, h. Franklin 
Ham George, carpenter Lewiston Bleachery, house City 

Hospital 



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Ham Jacob B. (J, B. Ham & Sons), 33 llaymarket square, 

house Sabattus road 
Ham J. B. & Sons (Jacob 1). Ham, Orlando S. Ham, and 

Edmund P. Ham), flour, grain, meal, feed, etc., 33 

llaymarket square, Main 
Ham John S. P. (Ham & Dwelley), grocers, Barker's 

mills, house East avenue, cor. Webster 
Ham Melissa J. Miss, teacher Grammar school, boards 5G 

Blake 
Ham Nellie Miss, teacher Primary school, house 50 Blake 
Ham Orlando S. (J. B. Ham & Sons), 33 llaymarket sq., 

house Sabattus road 
Ham & Dwelley (John S. P. Ham and Horace D. Dwel- 
ley), groceries, flour, and meal, Barker's mills 
Hamilton Daniel II. O, exhibitionist, house 87 Main 
Hamilton George W., folder Lewiston mill, h. 83 Bates 
Hamilton Hiram, boots and shoes, Main, house 19 Bates 
Hamilton Isaac F., operative Lewiston Bleachery, house 

83 Bates 
Hamilton William, shoemaker, boards 50 Lisbon 
Hammond Squire B., carpenter, h. 4 Frye's block, Main 
Hanipson Alice, widow, house Blake, near Birch 
Hancock Charles II., granite worker Dix & Hancock, h. 

at Auburn 
Hancock Richard (Dix & Hancock), granite worker, h. 

at Auburn 
Hancock Isaac, iceman, house Bates, near Lowell 
Handy Edward M., painter Lewiston mill, h. 87 Lincoln 
Handy Maurice, section hand Bates mill, h. rear Hill mill 
Haney Dennis, laborer, house Knox, near Birch 
Hanley Edward F., operative Bates mill, house Lincoln, 

near Main 
Hanley Peter, operative Androscoggin mill, h. Lincoln 
Hanover Thomas (Russell & Hanover), silverplater, h. 

at Auburn 
Hanscom Aaron B., operative, boards 44 Lisbon 
Hanscom John II., carpenter, house Main, cor. Middle 
Hanscom Moses O, traveling agent R. W. Hanscom & 

Co., boards Elm House, Auburn 
Hanscom Ruel W. (R. W. Hanscom & Co.), house Spring 

and Court 
Hanscom R. W. & Co. (Ruel W. Hanscom and Charles 

W. Hill), wholesale notions, 3 Central block, Main 
Hanson Albert E., second hand Lewiston mill, h. Pierce, 

near Walnut 
Hanson Charles A., weaver, house Pierce, cor. Walnut 
Hanson Clarence, clerk Franklin Co., boards Pierce, cor. 

Walnut 
HANSON GEORGE, contractor and builder, shop Cross 

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LEWISTON [H] DIRECTORY. 57 

Hanson Robert, carpenter, house Lisbon, near Birch 
Harden Lucius, patternmaker Bates mill, boards Lisbon 
Harding Albert, machinist Continental mill, h. Winter, 

near Dates 
Harding Lucius, carpenter, house over James &> Conant's 

store, Lisbon 
Hardy Henry II., brush factory, house East Auburn 
Hargraves Daniel II., shoemaker, boards Mr. Green's, 

Franklin 
Harker James, operative Lewiston Bleachery, h. York 
Ilarkins Michael, operative Lewiston bleachery, h. Lincoln 
Harlow C. C, operative, house 90 Lisbon 
Harlow James F., operative, boards Mr. Carlton's, Lisbon, 

HARLOW ORLANDO W., Tremont house, 85 Lisbon 
Harlow Roscoe L., physician, 1 Lisbon block, Lisbon, h. 

at Auburn 
Harmon Arthur, machinist, boards 4G Lisbon 
Harmon Byron R., physician, house 17 Park 
Harmon Edwin W., operative Lewiston mill, boards lG'J 

Lisbon 
Harmon Elijah, teamster, house Bridge 
Harmon Marietta R., widow of William B., h. 17 Park 
Harmon Samuel B., carpenter, house Main, n. Jones blk. 
Harmon William, farmer, house Jones, near Bridge 

Harmon , machinist, boaids 9 Middle 

Harnet Michael, laborer, house Park, near Ash 
Harper Frank, operative, boards 25 Ash 
Harper Franklin D., cloth hall Bates mill, boards High 
Harper John F., millman, house A\ nipple, near Main 

Hair , operative, house 8 College 

Harrigan Ellen, widow, h. Bates, below machine shop 
Ilarriman David, operative Bates mill, boards Bates 
Harrington Charles W., baker Varney & Day, boards 

Androscoggin block 
Harris Benjamin W., second hand Bates mill, boards 5 

Bates block 
Harris Dewitt C, soap manufacturer, h. Webster, n. Pine 
Harris Dennis, carder Continental mill, boards 15 Bates 

corporation 
Harris George, operative, boards Chapel, near Main 
Harris George II., machinist, boards 1 Frye's block 
Harris John, marbleworker, house Bates, corner High 
Harris John, house Winter 
Harris William S. (Harris & Donncll), hairdresser, house 

Main, near Middle 
Harris William W., lumberman, house Jones 
HARRIS ivj DONNELL (William II. Harris and Asa S. 

Donnell), hairdressmg rooms, Lisbon, corner Main 



58 LEWISTON [II] DIRECTORY. 

Ilarrisse Joshua E., overseer Bates mill, h. Lower Main 
Harrison Samuel, spinner, house Knox, near Birch 
Hartley Thomas, billposter and distributer, Lincoln, cor. 

Chestnut, house do. 
Hartshorn Charles F., farmer, house Upper Main 
Hartshorn Frank, farm hand, S. Manning's, Upper Main 
Hartwell G. G., sign and window-shade painter, 5 Journal 

block, house Winter, near Bates 
Hartwell George W., photographer, house Jones 
Hartwell James E., clerk, bds. Mrs. Hart well's, Bates, cor. 

Fine 
Hartwell Justina M., widow of James, h. Bates, cor. Fine 
Hartwell William E., printer, 9.V Lisbon, boards Bates, 

cor. Fine 
Harvey Austin, millman, boards 1 Frye's block 
Harvey J. B., boards Lincoln block, Main 
Haskell Albert M., painter, 94- Lisbon, boards at Auburn 
Haskell George, farmer, h. Webster, above East avenue 
Haskell Silas, farmer, house 2 Maple 
llassett Fatrick, operative Aurora mill, house Main 
Hastings Harry II., cigarmaker, boards Tremont House 
Hastings Timothy, blacksmith, boards rear 100 Lisbon 
Hastings Timothy, jr., blacksmith, house Lisbon 
Hastings William, teamster, house Brooks, near Sabattus 
Hatch Mrs., widow, boards Mrs. Green's, 8 Franklin 
Hatch John C, salesman 30 Lisbon, boards at Auburn 
Hatch Moses C, Central dining-hall, 5-J- Central block, 

Main, house do. 
Hatch Nancy, widow, boards S. Hatch's, Riverside, near 

cemetery 
Hatch Silas, painter, house Riverside, near cemetery 
Hathaway Ferdinand, painter, house 20 Park 
Hathaway George II., spinner Bates mill, h. 38 Franklin 
Hathaway Rodolphus E., second hand Bates mill, house 

13 Bates block 
Hawkes Loren N., blacksmith, boards 9 Lowell 
Hawkins James, operative, house Fierce, near Maple 
Hawkins Michael, laborer, house Fierce, near Maple 
Hawley John, laborer Androscoggin mill, house Lincoln 
Hawthorne Eliza Mi's., widow, house Bates, near Birch 
Hayes Benjamin F., tutor Bates College, house Mountain 

avenue, near Main 
Hayes Daniel, operative Androscoggin mill, house Lincoln 
Ilaynes David, granite worker Dix & Hancock, boards 

Lincoln 
Hayes Dennis J., shoemaker with C. O. Lord, Park, near 

Main 
Hayes Francis, operative Androscoggin mill, h. Shawmut, 

near Fierce 



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Hayes Hannah B., widow of William, h. Blake, near Ash 
Hayes Isaac A. (Pendexter & Hayes), grocers and pro- 
visions, 2 Hilton block, house Blake, near Pine 
Hayes John, laborer, house High, near Bates 
HAYES JACOB L. (J. L. Hayes & Co.), grocers, Main, 

corner Blake, house Main, corner Blake 
Hayes John, second hand Lewiston mill, h. r. ojas house 
HAYES J. L. & CO. (J. L. Hayes and S/B. Hayes), 

grocers, Main, corner Blake 
Hayes Nicholas, carpenter, house Knox 
Hayes It. Bradford, clerk Eastern Express Co., h. Blake, 

corner Ash 
Hayes Sydney C, section hand Bates mill, boards 5 Bates 

block 
IIAYFS SYLVANUS B. (J. L. Hayes & Co.), grocers, 

Alain, corner Blake, house Main, corner Blake 
Hayes Thomas, operative Bates mill, house Lisbon 
Hayes William II., overseer Bates mill, house 93 Bates 
Hayferd Cyrus, laborer Continental mill, house Lincoln 
JIayford Willard, machinist, boards Lincoln 
Haynes Edward M., pastor First Baptist church, house 

Uorton, next school-house 
Haynes William P., beltmaker Bates mill, boards 53 

Franklin 
Hayhurst John W., spinner Lewiston Falls Manfg. Co. 
Haywood E. Mrs,, widow Lucius, h. Franklin, near Ash 
Haywood Lucius M., shoemaker, bds. Franklin, near Ash 
Hazel wood John, mason, house Lowell, near Bates 
liazen Mary A., variety store, Lincoln, house do. 
Hazy Daniel, laborer, house rear Lewiston machine-shop 
Heanne Anthony, Journal office, boards Knox 
Heany John, laborer Bleachery, boards Knox 
Heath Clinton K., patrolman, house Knox, near Birch 
Heath Elbridge G., overseer Hill mill, house at Auburn 
Heath Le welly n, mason, boards Maui, next bridge 
Heath Stephen, jobber, boards Lincoln block, Main 
Heath William, painter, boards 15 Lisbon 
Ilceker Henry, operative Bates mill, house 103 Lisbon 
llelfron Hugh, porter Be Witt House, house do. 
Ilegerty John C., operative Lewiston bleachery, h. East 

avenue 
Henderson Moses G., carpenter, house 1G8 Lisbon 
Herrick Addie II. Miss £K. G. Ilerrick & Co.), fancy 

goods, 90 Lisbon, house at Auburn 
Herrick Kate G. Miss & Co. (Addie II. Herrick), dry and 

fancy goods, 1)0 Lisbon, house at Auburn 
Herbert Thomas R., deputy marshal, house 159 Lisbon 



GO LEWLSTON [tl] DIRECTORY. 

Ilersey William, shoemaker (Auburn), house 11 Middle 
ILewett Robert, operative Continental mill, house Lincoln 
Hewey Osgood, watchman Lewiston mill, h. 20 Franklin 
He wins Julius A., photographer, 83 Lisbon, house Pine, 

corner Dates 
Ilibbard Erastus G., house Park, near Bireli 
Hibbert John, eating saloon, 79 Lisbon, house do. 
Hicks John, second hand Androscoggin mill, h. Lincoln 
Hicks Mary A., widow of Asa, house Bates, near Main 
Ilicks Samuel, Excelsior dining-hall, Lower Main, opp. 

Lincoln, house do. 
Higginbottom Alfred, operative, boards 87 Bates 
Iliggins Andrew, mason, boards 46 Lisbon 
Iliggins Patrick, spinner, house Knox, near Maple 

Iliggins Thomas, fireman Bates mill, house 

Hill Benjamin, machinist, house Bridge, next the bridge 

Hill Charles W., house Auburn 

Hill Edward H. (Garcelon & Hill), surgeon, bds. DeWitt 

House 
HILL MILL, Canal, corner Chestnut 
Hill Percy B., machinist, house 9 Middle 
Hilton Charles, foreman Wood's steam mill, house Winter, 

near Avon 
Hilton Charles E., clothing cutter, h. Bartlett, n. College 
Hilton Frederick, shoedealer, h. 4 Frye's block, Main 
Hilton Sarah S„ widow of Thomas, house Chapel', near 

American House 
Hilton William F., farmer and trader, house College 
Hilton William K., groceries & provisions, 1 Lisbon blk., 

Lisbon, boards DeWitt House 
Hinckley Mehitable, widow of Daniel, house Octagon 

building, Main 
Hinckley Niah it, house 51 Franklin 

Ilinkley Albert C. (Caswell & Hinkley), hacks, h. Frank- 
lin, near DeWitt House 
Hinkley Charles II., carpenter, house 19 Bates 
Hinkley Edmund, harnessmaker, h. Oak, near Franklin 
Ilinkley Eliza, widow of Edward, h. Oak, near Franklin 
Hinkley Samuel B., clerk Lincoln mill, bds. Lincoln blk., 

Mill, corner Main 
Hitchcock Daniel W., boardinghouse, 49 Franklin 
Hoar James, shoemaker, house Bridge, near the bridge 
Hoar John, railroad man, house Bridge, near the bridge 
Hobbs Charles II. , overseer Bates mill, h. 13 Bates block 
Hobbs Frank M., section hand Hates mill, boards Lisbon 
Iloctor James, operative Bates mill, house Lincoln 
Hodsdon Charles M., operative Lincoln mill, bds. Lincoln 

block 
Hodgson Edward W., carriagetrimmer, h. Blake, n. Ash 



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Hodgson Edwin, carriagetriminer, bouse Ash 

Ilodsdon Isaac W., fanner, house Franklin, over steam 

bakery 
Ilodgdon Samuel, stonemason, bouse Webster 
Hodges Julia A., widow of Daniel, bouse 29 Park 
Hodgkhls Alfred P., joiner, bouse Cottage, n. Riverside 
IIODGKINS BENJAMIN S. (Greely & llodgkins), 

builders, Main, bouse 89 Main 
llodgkins Eli, farmer, bouse Cottage, near Riverside 
llodgkins Francina Miss, dressmaker, bouse Cottage, near 

Riverside 
Hodgkius Frederick, operative Bates mill, boards 9 Bates 

block 
llodgkins George, teamster, bouse Main, Barkerville 
llodgkins Samuel IX, shoemaker, house Bates, cor. Pine 
Hodsdon Andrew F., carpenter Bates mill, h. 22 Bates 
Hogan Honora, widow, house Knox, near Birch 
Hogan William, laborer, boards Knox, near Maple 
Holland Alfred, shoemaker, boards Mr. Green's, Franklin 
Holland Carrie E. Miss, teacher, boards 53 Franklin 
Holland Daniel, farmer, house College, opposite Cole 
Holland Emmeline S., widow of John, house 53 Franklin 
Holland Henry I., agent Thompson & Co., Vacuum Tan- 
nery, Cross, cor. Mill, house Hampshire, cor. Willow 
Holland John, operative Bates mill, house Lincoln 
Holland John, laborer, house Bates, near machine shop 
Holland Richard, operative Bates mill, boards Lisbon, 

over Sturgis' drug store 
Holland Richard, operative, boards 49 Franklin 
Holinan D. Horace, insurance agent, Central block, bds. 

DeWitt House 
Holmes Edward P., machinist Lewiston mills, h. Main, 

Auburn 
Holmes Henry J., silverplatcr, bouse at Auburn 
Holmes John M., shoemaker, house near gas works 
Holmes Joseph, operative Bates mill, boards Shawmut, n. 

Pine 
HOLMES THOMAS, custom bootmaker, Chestnut, n. 

Lisbon, bouse Lisbon, near Cross bridge 
Holmes Thomas M., clerk, 90 Lisbon, boards do. 
HOLMES VARNUM E., clothing, furnishing goods, etc., 

30 Lisbon, house at Haverhill, Mass. 
Hollowell Thomas, spinner Lincoln mill, house Lincoln 
Holt John, spinner, house Knox, near Birch 
Holt Peter, spinner Continental mill, house Chestnut 
Ilolton Frank C, blacksmith, resides Barker's Mills 
Hooper Cyrus A., section hand, house Park, near Birch 
Hooper T. Jciferson, section hand, boards Park, n. Birch 
Hopkins John, operative Lewiston bleachery, b. Lincoln 



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Hopkins Joshua, shoemaker, boards 9 Middle 

Hopkins , watchman, boards 3G Blake 

Horbury Charles, clerk, 15'2 Lisbon, house do. 
Horgan Cornelius, shoemaker, house Lincoln 
Home Aaron, machinist, house 8 Lowell 
Horne Samuel M., machinist, house Park, near Main 
Hon* Orrin A., all. physician, house Fine, corner Blake 
Howard Ambrose, shoemaker, house 11 College 
Howard Charles, striker, house Bridge, corner Main 
Howard Frederick A., machinist, bds. Fierce, cor. Lowell 
Howard George K., machinist Bates mill, house Fierce, 

near Walnut 
Howard Henry, house foot of Chapel 
Howard James, laborer Bleachery, boards Lincoln 
Howard John, molder, boards Lincoln 
Howard Nelson, salesman Lewiston Steam Manufacturing 

Co., house Wood, corner Vale 
Howard S. B., harness maker,, boards Franklin 
Howlerhead Thomas, laborer Bates mill, house Blake 
Jloxie Nathan, overseer, boards 11 Middle 
lloyt Francis A., molder, boards N. Cobb's, Riverside 
Hoyt Frank L., clerk, house 1-1 Lowell 
Ilugy Andrew, spinner Continental mill, house Mill 
IIulme John, spinner, house Knox, near Birch 
Hume John, operative Bates mill, house Knox 
Hunnewell Orrington B., janitor Y. M. F. C. U. rending 

room, boards American House 
Hunt John O., sewing machines, house at Auburn 
Hunt Lewis, operative, boards 19 Park 
Hunt Simeon, tinpeddler, house Brooks, near Union 
Hunter Charles A., machinist Androscoggin mill, boards 

9 Androscoggin block 
Hunter Francis, widow, "house 8 Maple 
Hunter Hugh, weaver, bds. Mrs. Bartlett's, Fine, n. Bates 
Hunter John, house 6 Maple 
Hunter Margaret C. Miss, teacher grammar school, boards 

Mrs. Fogg's, Blake 
Hunter Nancy P., widow of Joseph, 12 Bates blk., Canal 
Hunton Charles E., dresser Bates mill, boards Park, cor. 

Chestnut 
Hunton Frederick AY., clerk Lewiston mills, h. at Auburn 
Hunton Harriet, widow of Lewis, bds. "6 Frye's blk., Main 
Huntington Henry A., brickmaker, h. r. Main, n. Whipple 
Hard Asa, painter, boards 9 Hill block 
Hard Horace M., spinner Bates mill, boards 158 Lisbon 
Hard Marcin, widow of Alonzo, house 5 Hill block 
Hurley Patrick, carder, house Knox, near Birch 
Harney Michael, operative Bates Mill, h. rear bleachery 
Hussey Finmcline Miss, boardinghouse, 1G Bates block 



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Ilussey George 0., operative Hill mill, boards 13 Hill mill 

Ilussey Joshua, shoemaker, house 35 Ash 

Huston Thomas A. (Huston & Boynton), baker, 78 Lisbon, 

house at Auburn 
Huston & Boynton (Thomas A. Huston and Granville M. 

Boynton), bakers, 48 Lisbon 
Hutehins Charles, house Main, opposite Bridge 
Hutehins Eliza, widow of Giles, house Pine, near Bates 
Hutehins Frederick E., operative bleachery, house Chapel, 

near American House 
Hutehins James, employee Planing-mill, house '20 Park 
Hutchinson James H., carpenter, boards 11 Middle 
Hutchinson Liberty II. (Record & Hutchinson), attorney, 

house at Auburn 
Hyde Samuel, spinner, house Knox, near Maple 

IRISH DANIEL, carpenter, house Franklin, near Ash 
Irish Daniel G, hairdresser, boards 38 Franklin 
Irish Freeman, shoecutter, house Ash, near Franklin 
Irish Obadiah I., carpenter, boards Franklin, near Ash 
Irish Rolon C, operative Lincoln mill, boards Lincoln blk. 
Irving Joseph, shoemaker, boards Lincoln block, Main 
Irving Samuel P., shoemaker, house Oak, near Franklin 
Irving Willard, shoemaker, boards 8 Park 
Irving William, shoemaker, boards Lincoln block, Main 
Isbell William II., overseer Continental mill, bds. Richard 

Skelton's, Maple, corner Blake 
Ivory Bridget Mrs., widow of Martin 

JACK FRANK, clerk, boards 44 Lisbon 

Jack Frank K., clerk, boards 58 Lisbon 

Jackson Alonzo, farmer, house Main, near Greene line 

Jackson Alvah It., shoemaker, boards Upper Alain, near 

brickyard 
Jackson Andrew, shoemaker, h. Upper Main, n. brickyard 
Jackson Belinda Miss, boards Main, near Greene line 
Jackson George B., porter American house, boards do. 
Jackson James M., overseer Bates mill, boards Lisbon 
Jackson John, farmer, house Main, near Greene line 
Jackson Joseph, farmer, house Alain, near Greene line 
Jackson William, shoemaker, boards Lower Alain 
Jacobs Henry C, bobbin painter, boards at Auburn 
Jago Henry, molder, house 3 Frye's block, Alain 
James Delia F. AHss, teacher Oak St. school, No. 7, boards 

Mountain avenue 
James Everett, harnessmaker, boards Daly's, Lisbon 
James Flora D. Miss, teacher, house Alountain avenue, 

between College and Alain 



64 LEWISTOK .[J] DIRECTORY. 

James John, grocer, — Lisbon, bouse Mountain avenue, 

near College 
James & Conant (Jobn James and Alfred P. Conant), 

groceries and provisions, Lisbon, Gtb door from P. O. 
Jameson Alvab M., teamster, house Mechanic, cor. Brooks 
Jameson Arthur II., compositor Journal office, house 

1G Lowell 
Jameson Morrill, lumberman, house Mechanic, cor. Brooks 
Jellison Charles T., trader, house 26 Upper Main 
Jennings Jane (widow of Henry), house Bates, near 

Congregational church 
Jennings Martha, widow, boards Bates, near Ash 
Jepson Bradbury, farmer, house Main, near Greene line 
Jepson Harry, stone cutter, boards 1 Frye's block 
Jepson Leonard, farmer, house Main, near Greene line 
Jepson John C, operative Lincoln mill, h. Upper Main 
Jepson John C, clerk Thompson & Putnam, house Main, 

near Seminary 
Jewell James L., barber, Main, next bridge, house do. 
Jewell Laura, widow, boards 10 Bates block 
Johnson Albert, fireman Continental mill, house Blake, 

near Pine 
JOHNSON B. H. (Gilman, Johnson & Co.), bobbins and 

spools, foot Cross canal, house 1 Court, Auburn 
Johnson George S., cabinetmaker, Bonnatley blk., Alain, 

house Bates, corner Main 
Johnson Hugh, spinner Lewiston mill, boards Main 
Johnson James A., fireman, house 34 Blake 
Johnson Joseph P., janitor Savings Bank building, house 

Pine, above Ilorton 
Johnson J. G., switchman M. C. R. R., house Lowell 
Johnson Ormstead, hostler, boards Franklin, near Main 
Johnson Sarah D., widow, house Oak, near Franklin 
Johnson's Cornet Band, office 4^- Central block, Main 
Johnston Frank II., cigarmaker, 28 Lisbon, boards Main 
Joncas Lewis, blacksmith Lewiston mills, Lincoln, n. Ash 
Joncas Jewis, jr., machinist Lewiston mills, Lincoln, near 

Ash 
Jones Abial M., bootmanfr. (Auburn), house College, 

above Mountain avenue 
Jones Barnum, jewelry, fancy goods, and stationery, Lis- 
bon, near Ash, house High, near Main 
Jones Charles, shoemaker, boards Summer, cor. Bridge 
Jones Charles E., planing-mill, house Bridge, cor. Summer 
Jones Chester, carpenter Lewiston mill, house 5 Oxford 
Jones Daniel B., patternmaker, h. Sabattus, opp. Wood 
Jones Daniel I., blacksmith, boards Brooks, near Sabattus 
Jones Emma A. Miss, dressmaker, house Sabattus, opp. 

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Jones Eugene S., brickmaker, house Jones, near brickyard 
Jones Everett II., Excelsior diniug-hall, Lower Main, opp. 

Lincoln, house do. 
Jones George, shoemaker, boards 71 Park 
Jones John, teamster, house 12 Mechanics block 
Jones John, operative Lewiston bleachery, house Knox, 

corner Maple 
Jones John A., student, h. College, above Mountain av. 
Jones John E., operative Continental mill, bds. 162 Lisbon 
Jones John J., laborer, boards Knox, near Maple 
Jones Luther, conductor M. C. It. 11., h. Jones, c. Bridge 
Jones Martin A., carpenter, house Summer, cor. Bridge 
Jones Millard, shoemaker, boards 50 Lisbon 
Jones Orville, carriagepainter, house Franklin, near Ash 
Jones Story, clerk, boards Howard Maxwell's, Blake, near 

Pine 
Jones William A., farmer, h. Lisbon road, n. brick-yard 
Jordan A. K. P., dry goods, 31 Lisbon, house at Auburn 
Jordan Alfred, operative Bates mill, house Pierce 
Jordan Benjamin, stonemason, house Webster 
Jordan Charles W., folder Bates mill, house at Auburn 
Jordan Ferdinand, bookkeeper, house 53 Franklin 
Jordan Francis W., confectioner, boards Lisbon 
Jordan Frank L. (J. M. <fc F. L. Jordan), grocers, Mitch- 
ell's block, Lisbon, boards Main, near Lowell's corner 
JORDAN, FROST & CO. (William Jordan, F. M. Jor- 
dan, and A. E. Frost), planing mill, foot Cross canal 
JORDAN F. M. (Jordan, Frost & Co.), planing mill, 

foot Cross canal, house Main, Auburn 
Jordan George, shoemanufacturer, house 75 Lisbon 
Jordan George, shoemaker, boards Lincoln block, Main 
Jordan John Q., card-machine maker, house 53 Franklin 
Jordan George, shoe manufactory, house Lisbon, above 

Tremont House 
Jordan George, operative, bds. Lewis F. Gould's, Lisbon 
Jordan Hiram, millman, house Summer, near Bridge 
Jordan Hiram W., operative, house Summer 
Jordan Isaac G., house near High 
Jordan Isaiah, joiner, house 16 Park 

Jordan James M. (J. M. & F. L. Jordan), grocer, Mitch- 
ell's block, Lisbon, boards Main, near Lowell's corner 
Jordan John Q., operative, house 53 Franklin 
Jordan Lavina D. Miss, fancy goods, 16 Lisbon, h. Lowell 
Jordan Lyman G., principal of Nichols Latin school, bds. 

Skinner, near Wood 
Jordan May D. Mrs., widow, house near High 
Jordan Seconib, carpenter, house Bartlett, near Ash 
Jordan Thomas P., overseer Hill mill, house 15 Middle 



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JORDAN" WILLIAM (Jordan, Frost & Co.), planing 

mill, foot Cross canal, house Laurel street, Auburn 
Jordan William, operative Androscoggin mill, bds. Park, 

near Ash 
Jordan William F., mason, house near High 
Jordan Wintield S., teamster, house near High 
Jose William D., machinist, house Lincoln block, Main 
JOYCE EDWARD, loom-harness manufacturer, Lincoln, 

rear Hill mill, house Bates, corner Birch 
Joyce John, second hand Lincoln mill, house Lisbon, near 

bleach cry 
Judkins Edwin IL, tinsmith, 10 Lisbon, house do. 
Judkins Alary A., widow of Robert T., house 10 Lisbon 
Judson C. C. Mrs., house Pine, near Sabattus road 
Jumper Charles II. , foreman Lewiston foundry, h. 51 Wood 
Jumper John Q. A., machinist, house Middle, near Lowell 
Justrus Alexander Mrs., widow, house Blake, near Birch 
Justrus Joseph A., operative Bates mill, boards Bates 

KANE LAWRENCE, overseer Lewiston bleachcry, h. 

Knox, near Maple 
Kannay John, dyer, house Knox, near Birch 
Kannay John G., house Franklin, near Ash 
Kanney Lawrence, dyer, boards Knox, near Birch 
Kanney Mary, widow, house Knox, near Birch 
Karnan Patrick, operative, house Pierce, near Maple 
Kearney Alfred, firm hand, E. Ham's, Old Lisbon road 
Keefe John J., brass founder, boards at Auburn 
Keefe Michael, operative Bates mill, house Lincoln 
Keen Albert, machinist Lewiston mills, h. Bates, n. Main 
Keen Albion C, welter, boards David Sparing's, Lisbon 
KEEN ELISIIA, jr., proprietor City market, Main, cor. 

Lincoln, house Water, near Court, Auburn 
Keen Eliza, widow of George, house 18 Bates 
Keen Everett, dresser Lewiston mill, bds. Cedar, c. Lisbon 
l>Lccn Lebbeus, woodturner, house Cedar 
KEENE ORLAND S., signpainter, 2 Jones blk., Main, 

house Lincoln, cor. Main 
Keene Waldo B., stripper Lewiston mill, h. Blake, n. Pine 
Kehoe Maurice J., silverplatcr, boards at Auburn 
Keith Frederick, blacksmith, house 1G Bates 
Kelleper James E., yarder Bleachcry, bds. n. gas works 
Kelleher John, operative Bates mill, house Lincoln, near 

R. C. church 
Kelleher Patrick, operative Bates mill, house Lincoln, n. 

R. C. church 
Kelley Bernard, overseer laborers Bates mill, h. Water 
Kelley Charles, beer and pop, boards 6 Bates block 
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Kelley Edward, laborer, house High, near Bates 

Kelley Fred., paymaster Lewiston Machine Co., house 91 

Park 
Kelley James, spinner Bates mill, boards Blake 
Kelley John, teamster Bates mill, house Bates, near Main 
Kelley John, teamster, house Lowell 
Kelley John, laborer, house Lincoln 
Kelley John G., clerk Bates mill, house 91 Park 
Kelley Margaret Mrs., widow of Michael, house Lowell 
Kelley Mary I., widow, house 91 Park 
Kelley Thomas, laborer, house High, near Bates 
Kelley William, operative Lincoln mill, boards Bates, n. 

M. C. It R. depot 
Kelly Charles C, brewer, boards 79 Lisbon 
Kelly Edward, laborer, house Lincoln 
Kelly John, operative Androscoggin mill, boards Bates, n. 

M. C. R. R; depot 
Kelly John R., laborer, house Bates, n. M. C. R. R. depot 
Kelly Michael M., operative, boards 71 Park 
Kendall Fannie Miss, oil-painting teacher, house Middle, 

corner Lowell 
Keniston Mark II., teamster, house Mill, corner Main 
Kennedy John, clerk with John W. McDuffee, 2 Savings 

Bank building, Lisbon 
Kennedy Patrick F., house corner Birch and Lisbon 
Kenney Alden F., carpenter, boards 1G Bates 
Kenney Lawrence, dyer Bleachery, boards Knox 
Kent Charles E., baler and folder Lincoln mill, boards Lin- 
coln block, Mill, corner Main 
Kent Frank, spinner Lincoln mill, house Lincoln 
Kernon John, laborer Androscoggin mill, house Walnut, 

corner Pine 
Keyes Grafton F., shoemaker, boards Main, near Bates 
Keyes John S., lightning-rod agent (Boston), house .Upper 

Main 
Keyser John, machinist, boards 11 Middle 
Kidder, Adelbert, operative Bates mill, boards 92 Lisbon 
Kidder Ilialmer A., operative, house 19 Park 
Kidder F. M., operative, boards Mrs. Carlton's, Lisbon 
Kiest George A., shoemaker, boards 15 Lisbon 
Kiest Robert W., shoemaker, boards 15 Lisbon 
Kilbourne Win. B. (Clark & Kilbourne), apothecaries, 16l> 

Lisbon, house Auburn, 37 Court, cor. Pleasant 
Kilgore Andrew, carriagemakcr, h. Summer, near Birch 
Kilgore Freeman, truckman, house Franklin, near Main 
Kimball Augustus II., carpenter, house 37 Ash 
Kimball Charles H., operative, boards 37 Ash 



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Kimball Fred. II., carpenter, boards 37 Ash 

Kimball George K., jeweler and watchmaker, boards 51 

Franklin 
Kimball Horace P. (Kimball & Braley), harness, Main, 

below Canal bridge, h. Sabattus, n. Lowell's corner 
Kimball & Braley (Horace P. Kimball and James B. 

Braley),. Main, below Canal bridge 
Kincaid Samuel R., tobacconist, house 3 Birch, n. Blake 
King Albert L., machinist, house 14 Lowell 
King David L., operative, boards 4 Birch 
King John, operative Lewiston Bleachery, house Summer 
King Leach, machinist, house Jones, near Bridge 
King Moses, jr., book canvasser, house College, above 

Mountain avenue 
King Patrick, loom-harness maker, house rear foundry 
King Thomas, laborer, house Jones 
King William, machinist, boards Jones, near Bridge 
Kinney John E., overseer Bleachery, house Knox 
Kluesener Aim-out, loom-fixer, house 110 Lisbon 
Kluscner Hermann, second hand Bates mill, house Lisbon 
Knapp Elijah, painter, house Main, near Bates 
Knapp George C, overseer Hill mill, house 17 Hill block 
Knight Charles L., shoemaker, boards 71 Park 
Knowles Edwin II., clerk cloth-room Lewiston mill, bds. 

91 Lincoln 
Knowlton Albion K. P., attorney at law and judge muni- 
cipal court, Union block, Lisbon, house 4G College 
Knowlton Isaac K., mason, house 17 College, cor. Union 
Knowlton Mark M. (Knowlton, Russell & Co.), grocers, 

Main, corner Park, house Sabattus, near College 
Knowlton Mary A., widow of Elbridge G., boards over 

steam bakery, Franklin 
Knowlton, Russell tvj Co. (Mark M. Knowlton, Edmund 

Russell, jr.), grocers, Main, corner Park 
Knox Ellen, widow of Chandler B., house 11 Park 
Kreamer Bruno, patternmaker Bates mill, boards 20 High 

LABREE JAMES, carpenter, house rear 1G2 Li si on 
Labrec James, machinist, house Jones, near Bridge 
Labree James, carpenter, house Jones 
Lacey William, operative Bates mill, house Water 
Lahas Joseph, oiler Continental mill, house Lincoln 
Lahey Daniel, operative Bates mill, h. rear bleachery 
Lahey James, machinist, boards Lowell 
Lahey John, laborer, house Lowell, near Bates 
Labis Frank, stripper Continental mill, house Lincoln 
Lahis John, operative Continental mill, house Lincoln 
Laisson Peter, operative, house rear Lisbon, near Birch 
Lake John G. (Lake <fc Rollins), hairdresser, 78 Lisbon, n. 
Ash, house do. 



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Lake & Rollins (J. G. Lake and S. E. Rollins), hairdress- 

ing rooms 78 Lisbon 
Lalligan Cornelias, laborer, house Bridge 
Lamb Joseph, shoecntter, house Main, Barkerville 
Lamb Joseph A., blacksmith, house Lowell, cor. Bates 
Lamb Russell, blacksmith, house Main, Barkerville 
Lambert Cyrus, operative Androscoggin mill, h. Lincoln 
Lambert Edward, operative Androscoggin mill, house 

Lincoln 
Lambert Edward E., operative, bds. Mrs. Carleton's, Lis- 
bon, near Ash 
Lambert Francis, operative Androscoggin mill, h. Lincoln 
Lambert George, operative Androscoggin mill, h. Lincoln 
Lambert Joseph, operative Androscoggin mill, h. Lincoln 
Lambert Morris, in older, boards 45 Lisbon 
Lambert Oliver, operative Androscoggin mill, h. Lincoln 
Lambert William H., principal Lewiston High school, h. 

Main, near High 
Lamont Charles D., tinsmith, Bean & Stetson, house 95 

Park 
Lamont Jane T., Mrs., dressmaker and milliner, 53 Lis- 
bon, house 95 Park 
Lamont Jane Mrs., widow of Samuel, house 87 Main 
Lampson Joseph, operative Bates mill, house Lisbon 
Lanch John, operative Bates mill 
Landers Elbridge T., wooddealer, house Franklin, near 

Ash 
LANDER NATHAN IT., merchant, house Main, corner 

Academy, Auburn 
Landers Nelly Miss, clerk, house Main, corner Academy, 

Auburn 
Lane Alvin D., operative Lewiston bleachery, house r. 39 

College 
Lane Augustus K., machinist, 63 Park, house Winter 
Lane Eliza, widow, house Chapel, near American House 
Lane Henry S., second hand Bates mill, boards 4 Bates 

corporation 
Lane Lucinda, widow of Samuel, house 3 Frye's block, 

Main 
LANE OLIVER P., liverystable, Park, near Main, house 

Park, opp. Methodist church 
Lane Orison, welldigger, house rear 39 College 
Lane Peter, carpenter, house 11 Park 
Lane Susan Mrs., 5 and G Bates block, Canal 
Laney John, oiler Lincoln mill, house Bates 
Laney Martin, spinner Lincoln mill, house Bates 
Lannegau William, dyer Bleachery, boards Bridge 
Larabbee Arthur G., baker, boards Park, near Main 
Larrabbee Charles, sailor, house Main, near Greene line 



70 LEWISTON [L'] DIRECTORY. 

Larrabbee Isaac, machinist, h. Main, near Greene line 
Larrabee J., carpenter, boards 102 Lisbon 
Larabbee Simon, carpenter Lewiston mills, house Ash 
Laronche Mitcliell, laborer Lewiston mill, house Lincoln 
Latham Charles W., operative Bates mill, bds. Chapel 
Latham George W., jr., operative Bates mill, h. Chapel, 

near Main 
Latham Peter IT., machinist, house 3 Birch 
Laughton Warren P., deputy-sheriff, office over Thomp- 
son & Putnam's, Main, house 35 High 
Lawler Morris, elevator tender Androscoggin mill, house 

Lincoln 
Leach Mark, house near Main 
Leach Thomas, spinner, house High 

Leavitt Chase P., blacksmith, house Summer, near Bridge 
Leavitt Edwin M., last mnfr., 1 Cross Canal, h. at Auburn 
Leavitt George, machinist, boards 1 F rye's block 
Leavitt Henry T., gunsmith, house Summer, near Bridge 
Leavitt James P., overseer Bates mill, boards 17 Bates 

corporation 
Leavitt J. A. Miss, dress and cloak making, 1 Lisbon, bds. 

Main, near Bridge 
Leavitt Lydia M., widow of Rufus, house 17 Bates block, 

Canal 
Leech Thomas, spinner Aurora mill, house High 
Lee John, operative Androscoggin mill, house Lincoln 
Legara Prank, painter, house Lincoln 
Legendre Alfred, laborer, house Lisbon, near Birch 
Legendre Predrique, laborer, house Lisbon, near Birch 
Legendre Gustave, laborer, house Lisbon, near Birch 
Leigh Patrick, laborer, house Bates, below machine-shop 
Leland George W\, operative Bates mill, house Brooks, 

near Union 
Leland James, machinist, boards Mrs. Tuppers, Lisbon 
Lemont Charles G., tinman, house 95 Park 
LEMONT J. T. MPS., millinery and fancy goods, 53 

Lisbon, house 95 Park 
Leonard John, carpenter, house Knox 
Lessor Peter, laborer, house Knox 
Leugeleir Joseph, foundryman. house Lincoln 
Lewis Charles E., second hand Continental mill, Bates, n. 

Pine Street church 
Lewis Charles II., operative, house Bates, near Ash 
Lewis Charles ()., carpenter Bates mill, house Brooks, 

near Union 
LEAV1STON BLEACHEIIY, James Dempsey, agent 
Lewiston Broom Co., George Goodwin, agent, Main, near 

Bates 
Lewiston Dye House, Edwin W. Gould, proprietor, 2d 

door from Canal bridge, Main 






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Lewiston Falls Co., John M. Foye, agent, office Mill, near 

Lower Main 
LEWISTON GAZETTE, W. II. Waldron, editor, Lis- 
bon, near Pine 
LEWISTON INSTITUTIONS FOR SxVVINGS, Lis- 
bon, near Pine 
LEWISTON MILLS, Oxford, near Chestnut 
Lewiston Steam Mill Co., Win. P. Frye, president, James 

Wood, treasurer and agent 
Libbey Alfred P., harnessmaker, boards Tinkham's, Main 
Libbey Horace, mason, house Upper Main, n. brick-yard 
Libbey John T., harnessmaker, boards Graves, Franklin 
Libbey Lewellyn, section hand Androscoggin mill, h. Park 
Libbey Samuel M., brickmaker, house Upper Main, near 

brick-yard 
Libbey Thomas, harnessmaker, boards Franklin, n. Main 
Libby Almon/ pastor Free Baptist church, West Fal- 
mouth, house Sabattus. cor. Ash 
Libby Almon C, civil engineer, under John Read's, bds. 

Sabattus and Seminary 
Libby Andrew J., carriagemaker, house 20 Park 
Libby Charles, teamster, house Webster, near Orange 
Libby Daniel II., molder Lewiston Foundry, h. at Auburn 
Libby Edward E., teamster, boards Bates, near Ash 
Libby Frank, mechanic, boards 25 Franklin 
Libby Samuel N., soap manufacturer, Orange, n. Sabat- 
tus road, house do. 
Libby Silas C, harnessmaker, house Middle, near Main 
Libby William A., mason, boards Webster, near East av. 
Libby Woodbury A., molder, house at Auburn 
Lincoln Alphonzo, carpenter, house Chestnut, between 

Park and Lisbon 
LINCOLN MILL, Mill, near Main, office do. 
Linn William, laborer Bleachery, boards Bates 
Linnehan Cornelius, picker Androscoggin mill, h. Lincoln 
Linnell Jacob T. (J. T. Linnell & Co.), livery, Park, near- 
Main, house 18 Franklin 
Linnell Newell (J. T. Linnell & Co.), livery, Park, near 

Main, house 8 Park 
Linscott Elmira, widow of Daniel J., 75 Lisbon 
Lisherness George W., machinist, boards Middle 
Litchfield Anson E., machinist Lewiston mills, house 

Upper Main 
Litchfield Benjamin, grocer, Main, cor. Bates, h. 23 High 
Litchfield Clarence M., student, boards 8 Sabattus 
Litchfield Edward, machinist, h. Main, n. Bridge, Barker- 
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Litchfield Frank E., clerk, boards 8 Sabattus 

Litchfield II. A. Mrs., dress and cloak making, 13 Lisbon, 

house at Barker's mills 
Litchfield Nathaniel, farmer, h. Main, n. Bridge, Barker- 

ville 
Litchfield Samuel, wool buyer, house 25 High 
Litchfield Sarah, widow, house Summer, near Bridge 
Litchfield Samuel, wool buyer, house 27 High, cellar Main 

and Park 
Litchfield Varsel E., truckman, house 8 Sabattus 
Litchfield William, millman, boards Summer, near Bridge 
Litchfield William E., machinist, h. Summer, n. Bridge 

Litchfield , boards Frye's block 

Little II. C. (Owen &> Little), hardware, house Bates 
Little Horace C, hardware, house 62 Bates, near Pine 
Little James S. (Little & Bean), Kennebec and Boston 

express, house at Augusta 
Little & Bean (J. S. Little and "N. S. Bean), Kennebec 

and Boston express, 77 Lisbon 
Littlefield Abram, carpenter, house Cottage, n. Whipple 
Littlefield Daniel, machinist, boards Continental block, 

Lincoln 
Littlefield William L., carpenter, house Pierce, near Pine 
LITTLEFIELD & DORMAN, Court, Auburn 
Lockworth Marcellus, operative Bates mill, house Lincoln 
Lombard Richard M., dresser Bates mill, boards Chestnut 
LOMBARD SERVETUS, teamster, house Chestnut, 

near Lisbon hall 
Lombard William F., carpenter, house Walnut, n. Pierce 
LONGLEY ALCANDER B., with J. P. Longley, 113 Lis- 
bon, boards 14 Main 
Longley Henry W., workman M. C. R. R., boards Mrs. 

Linscott's, 75 Lisbon 
Longley Josiah P., harness manufacturer, Haymarket sq., 

Main, house 14 Main 
LONGLEY JOSIAH P., trunks, furs, and hats, 113 Lis- 
bon, cor. Pine, house 14 Main 
Longley Lizzie, widow of David W.. house 3 Hill block 
Ijongley Thomas II., harnessmaker, house Upper Main, 

near Mechanics block 
LOOMIS JOHN F., brass foundry, Ash, rear Tremont 

House, boards Tremont House 
Lord Charles O., shoemaker, Main, house 22 High 
Lord Chester M., blacksmith, house Wood, cor. Sabattus 
Lord Frank P., second hand cloth-room Lincoln mill, 

house Bates, cor. Park 
Lord James C. (J. C. & R. Lord), groceries and provis- 
ions, house Upper Main, cor. Mountain avenue 
Lord J. C. & R. (James C. and Rufus Lord), groceries 
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Lord Jeremiah, operative Bates mill, boards 25 Asli 
Lord Mary O. Miss, 3d assistant Grammar school, Ash, 

cor. Ilorton, boards Main, cor. High 
Lord Rufus (J. C. & K. Lord), groceries and provisions, 

house Lisbon, cor. Cedar 
Loriflg George F., second hand Bates mill, boards 5 Bates 

block 
Loring Hiram W., farmer, house Main, Barkerville 
Loring Nicholas, truck gardener, house Main, Barkerville 
Loring Orrin, operative, house Franklin, near Ash 
Loring Theodore II., farmer, house Main, Barkerville 
Lothrop Alison, second hand, house 10 Maple 
Lothrop Aubrey G., tonsorial artist, bds. American House 
Lothrop Eaton, operative Androscoggin mill, h. 10 Maple 
Lothrop Wan-en L., barber, Main, near Bates, h. 28 High 
Loud Olive E., widow of Nathan N., h. Summer, n. Bridge 
Lougee Nicholas, overseer, house Park 
Lougee Nicholas R,, overseer Lewiston mill, house Park, 

near Common 
Lougee Noble, cardgrinder Lewiston mill, house Park, 

near Common 
Lougee William II., operative, house Park, near Ash 
Lovejoy Charles, shoemaker, house Main, Barkerville 
Lovejoy Enoch L , overseer, house 44 Ash 
Lovejoy Horace G., carpenter, house Bates, near Birch 
Lovejoy J. P., clerk, boards Franklin 
Lovejoy Samuel P., clerk, boards 22 Franklin 
Lovell Samuel W., second hand Lincoln mill, house Main, 

near Whipple 
Lowe George A., house 1 Androscoggin block, Lisbon 
Lowell Benj. B., overseer Lincoln mill, h. Bates, n. Pine 
Lowell Frank, student, boards Bates, near Pine 
Lowell Gideon P., overseer Lewiston mill, boards Tremont 

House 
Lowell Mark, house Main, cor. Bridge 
Lowell Mary, widow, boards Lincoln block, Main 
Lowell Philip G., clerk 1 Pillsbury block, boards DeWitt 

House 
Lowry Julia A. (M. & J. Lowry), milliner, board^ Bates, 

cor. Pine 
Lowry M. & J. Misses (M. N. Lowry and J. A. Lowry), 

milliners, 09 Lisbon 
Lowry Maggie N. (M. & J. Lowry), milliner, bds. Bates, 

cor. Pine 
Lowry William, operative Bates mill, house Lincoln 
Lucas Daniel, house Androscoggin 

Lucas Nancy J. Mrs., widow of George, h. Franklin, n. Ash 
Luce Enos T., U. S. assessor 2d district, 9 Lisbon, house 

Upper Main 



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Luce Fifield A., shoemaker, bds. Mr. Green's, Franklin 
Luce Henry, tanner, boards Mr. Green's, near Franklin 
Luce Henry II., boards Lincoln block, Main 
Luce H. B., shoe mnfr., boards Lincoln block, Main 
Lucy Michael, priest St. Joseph's church, house Main, cor. 

Middle 
Ludden M. T., Lawyer, Central block, Lisbon, near Main, 

house 55 Main 
Ludden Mandeville TV, attorney and counselor at law, 

Central block, Lisbon, house Main 
Luddic Paul, operative Bates mill, boards Lisbon 
Luke Andrew J., machinist, boards 44 Lisbon 
Lunt Cyrus M., machinist Androscoggin mill, fa. Blake, 

near Maple 
Lunt Frederick T). O., blacksmith, house Park, near Ash 
Lydston John E. (Darling & Lydston), bootmakers, Main, 

house Main, near Octagon 
Lydston William W., clerk Day, Neally & Co., boards 

Ash, cor. Bartlett 
Lyfonl Frederick, bookkeeper, boards Mrs. Hartwell's, 

Bates, cor. Pine 
Lynch Eugene, baker Varney & Day, house Bates 
Lynch James, house Bates, near M. C. R. R. 
Lynch John, laborer, house rear Lewiston machine-shop 
Lynch John T., silverplater, boards at Auburn 
Lynch Thomas, sr., weaver Lewiston mill, house Lincoln 
Lynn William, operative, boards 87 Bates 
Lyons A. Charles, operative, house 44 Pine 
Lyons James B., fancy goods and millinery, 78 Lisbon, 

house do. 
Lyons Willie M., striker, boards Bates, near Main 

MACE JACOB M., patternmaker Androscoggin mills, 

house Old Lisbon road, cor. East avenue 
Mack Petee, operative Bates mill 
Macque Joseph, apprentice, boards Lincoln 
Madison Arthur E., overseer Hill mill, house 1G Hill blk. 
Madison Richard E., overseer Hill mill, h. 1G Hill block 
Madden Thomas, operative Androscoggin mill, house 

Lisbon 
Maguire Bridget A. Miss, dressmaker, Lisbon, near Ash, 

house Ash, cor. Bates 
Mahan James, operative Bates mill, boards 5 Bates block 
Malloy John, loom-harness maker, boards 9G Lisbon 
Maloon George, millman, house Jones 
MANEY JOHN J. (P. Maney & Sons), contractor, 

house Main 
MANEY PATRICK (P. Maney & Sons), contractors, 

house Main 



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MANET P. & SONS (Patrick Maney, Thomas F- 
Maney, and John J. Maney), railroad contractors, 
Main, o]tp. Catholic church 
MANEY THOMAS F. (P. Maney & Sons), contractors, 

house Main 
Manley Lizzie Mrs., widow, boards 8 Androscoggin block 
Manning Samuel, farmer, house Upper Main 
Mansfield Thomas, callender, boards Knox, near Maple 
Manson John S., expressman, 7. Lisbon, house at Auburn 
Mara Robert, cardgrinder, Continental mill, house Lincoln 
Marble Andrew W., carpenter, house Webster, n. Orange 
Marble Josiah M., carpenter, house Webster, near Orange 
Marble Llewellyn A., clerk, bds. Andrew Marble's, Web- 
ster, near East avenue, 
Marcue Daniel S., clerk, 4 Lisbon block, house Lincoln 
Marcue Joseph, finisher, boards Lincoln 
Marr John P., Lewiston Broom Co., Main, house Bates, 

cor. Ash 
Marr John M., mason, house 43 Pine 
Marr Olive S., widow of William, house 23 Ash, e. Bates 
Marrow Samuel, farmer, house Main, near Greene line 
Marrow William M., fanner, house Main, n. Greene line 
Marshall Alexander, operative Bates mill, house 32 Blake 
Marshall John, operative Hill mill, house 35 Ash 
Marshall Joseph, teamster, house Bridge 
Marshall Joseph, machinist, house G5 Park 
Marshall Mary S. Miss (Mrs. A. L. Smith & Co.), house at 

Gardiner, Me. 
Marshall Mason II., furnaceman Bates mill, house Park, 

cor. Chestnut 
Marshall Robert, overseer Bates mill, house Horton, near 

school-house 
Marshall William, second hand Hill mill, h. 22 Hill block 
Marsten Cyrus, section hand, house Birch, near Park 
Marston Josiah, section hand Androscoggin mill, h. Birch 
Martin Ezekiel, house 22 Park 
Martin Frank W., clerk, boards DeWitt house 
Mason Charles II., mason, house Brooks, near Sabattus 
Mason Harry A., operative Lewiston mills, house Lisbon, 

corner Chestnut 
Mason Selina D., doctress, house 9 Park 
Maxcy Mary S., widow of Ward, house Pierce, n. Pine 
Maxfield Andrew J., bobbinmaker, boards Canal 
Maxfield Charles It., second hand Bates mill, house 37 Ash 
Maxfield George W., shoemaker, h. 11 Bates blk., Canal 
Maxfield Thomas, calender Bleachery, house Knox 
Maxfield Wallace, hairdresser, 27 Lisbon, h. at Auburn 



76 LEWISTON [51] DIRECTORY. 

Maxwell A. M., overseer machine-shop Lewiston mills, h. 

Franklin, near Ash 
Maxwell Howard W. (Allen & Maxwell), furniture, house 

Blake, between Walnut and Pine 
Maxwell Oliver M., mechanic, house 45 Franklin 
Maxwell Lewellyn, hackd river, h. Lisbon, cor. Birch 
May John W. (S. & J. W. May), counselor, boards Dr. 

Wiggin's, Auburn 
May 8. E., broker, 7 Lisbon, boards DeWitt house 
May Seth (S. & J. W. May), counselor, house Laurel hill, 

Auburn 
May S. & J. W. (Seth and John W. May), counsellors, 

Garcclon block, Main 
Maycock Richard, fuller, house Bartlett, near Walnut 
McBean James J., filemaker, boards Water 
McCallon James, spinner Bates mill, house Lincoln 
McCann Frank, spinner, house Knox, near Birch 
McCann James, overseer Bates mill, boards 32 Blake 
McCann William, picker Androscoggin mill, boards Lisbon 
MeCarty Cornelius, laborer Bates mill, house Lisbon 
McCarty Dennis, spinner Lincoln mill, house Main 
MeCarty Dennis, laborer Continental mill, house Lincoln, 

near gas house 
McCarty Dennis, laborer, house Knox, near Maple 
McCarty James, operative woolen mill, boards rear Lew- 
iston machine-shop 
McCarty Jeremiah, laborer Lewiston mill, h. at Auburn 
McCarty Jeremiah, operative Bates mill, house at Auburn 
McCarty Jeremiah, machinist Androscoggin mill, house 

rear Bleachery 
McCarty John, spinner Lincoln mill, house Lincoln 
McCarty John, laborer, h. rear Lewiston machine-shop 
McCarty Michael, operative Bates mill, house at Auburn 
McCarty Michael C, machinist Androscoggin mill, house 

rear Bleachery 
McCarty Patrick, operative Bates mill, h. n. Bleachery 
McCarty Patrick", picker Androscoggin mill, house Lisbon 

road 
McCarty Timothy, laborer Lewiston mill, house Lincoln 
McCarty John, operative Bates mill, house Lincoln 
McCarty Michael, spinner Continental mill, house Lincoln 
McClure Ellen, widow, boards 16 Bates block 
McClure George (McClure & Smith), steam and gas fit- 
ters, Lower Main, opp. Waldron's block, house do. 
McClure <& Smith (George McClure and Geo. A. Smith), 

steam and gas titters, Lower Main, opp. Waldron's 

block 
McConnell Ellen J., widow, house Knox, near Maple 
McCoy Andrew, blacksmith with C. II. Groves, Franklin 

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McCullough James, laborer Lewiston mill, house rear gas 

works 
McDonald Elbridge S., section hand Lewiston mill, house 

Knox, near Maple 
McDonald James, laborer Lewiston mill, house Lincoln 
McDonald Julia A. Mrs., house 9G Lisbon 
McDonald Michael, spinner Aurora mill, boards Lisbon 
McDonald J. William, carder, boards 9G Lisbon 
McDonald William, second hand Bates mill, house Lisbon 
McDonough Michael, operative Lewiston mill, house 

Bleachery hill 
McDougall James, operative Bates mill, boards College 
McDuffee John W., jeweler, 2 Savings Bank building, 

Lisbon, house at Portland 
McFarland David, mason, bouse 23 Ash, cor. Bates 
McFarbmd Henry P., miller, house Park, near Maple 
McGawley Matthew, folder Bleachery, boards Lincoln 
McGillicuddy Daniel, teamster, boards Ash, cor. Franklin 
McGillicuddy John, farmer, house Nevens road 
McGillicuddy Patrick (P. McGillicuddy & Co.), Main, 

house Ash, cor. Franklin 
McGillicuddy P. & Co. (Patrick McGillicuddy and Ber- 
nard Connelly), serge boot manufacturers, Main 
McGinn John, operative Lewiston Bleachery, house Main 
McGinness Dennis, operative Bates mill, house Lincoln 
McGinty Jobn, operative Bates mill, boards Lincoln 
McGrah Patrick,. spinner Lincoln mill, house Lincoln 
McGuire James, shoemaker, house Main 
Mclntire A. J., machinist Androscoggin mill, house Park 
Mclntire Danville L., packer Bates mill, boards 5 Bates 
Mclntire Henry A., machinist, boards Mrs. Moody's, Park 
McKeen Jedediah II., shoemaker, 15 Middle, boards 9 do. 
McKeen Robert, boarding, 1G2 Lisbon, house do. 
McKenna James J., marble worker, house rear 18 Bates 
McKenney Jacob, carpenter, house Riverside, near 11. 11. 
McKenney Thomas M., mason, boards Brooks, n. Union 
McKenney William B., mason, house Brooks, near Union 

McKnight , section hand, boards 71 Park 

McLaughlin Augustus, teamster, boards 12 Mechanics blk. 
McMahon Michael, laborer, house Bates, n. M. C. depot 
McMullcn Hugh, laborer Lewiston mill, house Lincoln 
McNally James, spinner Bates mill, boards 9G Lisbon 
McQuinn , spinner Continental mill, house Lincoln 



McVey Edward, second hand Hill mill, house Knox 
MoWilliams Alexander, operative Aurora mill, h. Lincoln 
Meaney James A., silverplater, boards Lincoln 
Meany Thomas, bobbin boy Lewiston mills, house Lincoln 
Mehane Peter, operative Bates mill, house Lincoln 
Melcher Arthur S., boots ami shoes, 7G Lisbon, house at 
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Meleher Lizzie G. INIiss, teacher intermediate school, Ilor- 



ton 



MELLEN GEORGE L. (Watcrhouse & Mellen), proprie- 
tor DeWitt liouse, Pine, corner Park, house do. 
Mennealy Tliomas P., operative Continental mill, boards 

Cedar, near Lisbon 
Merrick Lucy S., widow of Otis S., house Mountain av., 

near Main 
Merrill A. F., clerk Lewiston Falls Mnfg. Co., Mill, corner 

Main, house College, corner Skinner 
Merrill Alkander F., county treasurer, house College, cor. 

Skinner 
Merrill Caroline Miss, house 3G Blake 
Merrill David, house Pine, corner High 
Merrill Elias J., painter, house Cross road 
Merrill H. O. (II. O. Merrill & Co.), fish, h. Ilarpswell 
MERRILL II. O. & CO. (II. O. Merrill and Charles 

Goud), Ushmarket, Lisbon, near Birch 
Merrill Isaiah, painter, house AVood, near Vale 
Merrill J., silverplater, boards Lincoln block 
Merrill J. R. Mrs., dressmaker, Lisbon, near Lisbon block, 

house do. 
Merrill John, painter, boards Lower Main 
MERRILL JOHN L. (Richards & Merrill), 23 Lisbon, h. 

at Auburn 
Merrill Sally, widow of Asa, house Merrill road 
Merrill Sarah Mrs., widow of Joseph, h. College, c. Skinner 
Merrill Sewall, woolen mill, boards Lincoln block, Main 
Merrill Sewall operative, house 2 F rye's block 
Merriman Edward P., operative, boards 2 Birch 
Merriman Josiah C. (Merriman & Co.), fishdealer, Park, 

near Main, house 2 Birch 
Mero Paul, operative Jjewiston mills, house Lincoln 
Meserve Silas, carpenter, house Webster, corner Orange 
Mcservey Ann, widow of Albert, house Jones, n. Bridge 
Messer Asa, photographer, house Middle, cor. Lowell 
Metcalf Charles W., teamster, liouse Bartlett, near Maple 
MeLealf Mary Mrs., widow of Franklin, house Bartlett, n. 

Maple 
Meyer Charles, operative Lewiston mills, house Lincoln 
Meyer Dennis, operative Lewiston mills, house Lincoln 
Miles Frank E., operative, boards William II. Miles', Bates 
Miles William II., second hand Hill mill, house Bates, cor. 

Birch 
Millan Roderick, operative, house Bates, cor. Birch 
Miller Charles II., book-keeper II. Day & Co., boards 20 

Middle 
Millet Frank, operative Bates mill, h. Pierce, near Maple 
Miller George, book-keeper Lewiston bleachery, boards 

DeWitt house 



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Miller Hannah, widow of John, house Webster, n. Orange 
Miller Joseph, blacksmith, house Bridge, near Summer 
Miller Joseph (Smith & Miller), contractor, house Pine, 

corner Howe 
Miller Lizzie, widow of Samuel P., house Cottage 
Miller Simon \V\, house Chapel, corner Lowell 
Millett Charles II., carpenter, house 3 Mechanics block 
Millett Mary K., widow of Charles, house Middle 
MILLS JAMES T., crockery and glassware, 75 Lisbon, 

house do. 
Minnan Charles, operative Continental mills, h. Lincoln 
Mitchell Alpheus C., house Main 

Mitchell Amansel A., clerk, boards C. A. True's, Bates 
Mitchell Benjamin P., tinman, bds. Mrs. Tnpper's, Lisbon 
Mitchell Charles, section hand Lewiston mills, h. Lincoln 
Mitchell Daniel T., second hand Hill mill, house Walnut, 

corner Howe 
Mitchell Edward, mason, house 13 College 
Mitchell Edward, operative Lewiston Bleachery, h. College 
Mitchell George E., clerk, W. F. Stanwood's, Main, boards 

Frye's block 
Mitchell Granville, section hand Lewiston mill, boards 2 

Continental block 
Mitchell Israel, house 34 High 
Mitchell James D., groceries and provisions, Lisbon, cor. 

Cedar, house do. 
Mitchell John, farmer, house Nevens road, n. Sabattus rd. 
Mitchell Josiah W., clerk, house Mitchell's block, Lisbon 
Mitchell Orrin M., carpenter, boards Tremont House 
Mitchell William, machinist, boards Mrs. Brace's, Birch 
Mitchell William II., machinist Androscoggin mill, boards 

Lisbon 

Mitchell , painter, house Lisbon, near Birch 

Mixer William, blacksmith, boards 21 Park 
Monge Maurice, operative Androscoggin mill, h. Lincoln 
Monteith John, weaver Bates mills, house Knox, n. Maple 
Moody Alonzo J., second hand Bates mill, house Park, 

near Chestnut 
Moody Eveline Mrs., boarding, house Park, near Maple 
Moody Nathaniel, teamster Lewiston mill, house Upper 

Lisbon 
Moody Samuel S., operative, house Mitchell's blk., Lisbon 
Moody Thomas, section hand Androscoggin mill, boards 

Lisbon 
Moody Wilson, carpenter, house 93 Park 
Moore Alonzo P., house Walnut 
Moore Cyrus, teamster, boards 7 Middle 



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Moore Elijah L., teamster, house 28 Franklin 
Moore Frank, baker Varney tvj Day, boards 11 Park 
Moore James II., second hand Continental mill, house at 

Auburn 
MOORE JOHN E. (Read & Moore), civil engineer, 4 

Bartlett, between Ash and Pine 
Moore Timothy, farmer, house Upper Main 
Moore William K., second hand Lincoln mill, house Bates, 

near Congregational church 
Moran John, operative Lincoln mill, house rear gas house 
More Angeline Mrs., widow of Josiah, bds. J. More's, Main 
More Greenlow G., teamster, house Main, near Bridge, 

Barkerville 
More James, farmer, house Main, Barkerville 
More Thomas, farmer, house Main, Barkerville 
Morgan James S., 3d overseer weaver room Continental 

mill, house Oxford 
Morgan James G., winder Bleachery, house Main 
Morgan Michael, clothing, house Main, opp. Lincoln blk. 
Morgan William II., dresser Lewiston mill, house Cedar, 

near Mitchell's block 
Morgin Edwin, spinner, house Franklin, near x\sh 
Mornault Eli, hiolder, boards Lincoln 
Morrell Eben (Westall & Morrell), file manufacturer, 

house Orange, cor. Webster 
Morrell Fred. I., filemaker, boards Webster, cor. Orange 
Morrell Hiram, jr., drying-room Bleachery, house Webster, 

near Eastern avenue 
Morrill Dana P., clerk, 1 Pillsbury block, boards Birch, 

cor. Bates 
Morrill George B., shoecutter, boards Uriah Foss', Lincoln 
Morrill Henry 1L, section hand Lewiston mills, boards 

Androscoggin block 
Morrill James E., section hand, bds. 7 Androscoggin blk. 
Morrill Job, second hand, house Park, near Ash 
Morrill John, spinner Bates mill, boards Pine 
Morrill Marlow G., section hand Continental mill, boards 

2 Continental block 
Morrill William F., attorney, 5 Savings Bank building, 

Lisbon, cor. Pine, house 44 Pine 
Morris Herbert, laborer Lewiston mill, boards Lincoln 
Morrisey Henry E., machinist Lincoln mill, boards Union, 

near Main 
Morrissey Peter, foreman Lincoln mill, h. Union, n» Main 
Morrissey Timothy T., machinist, bds. Union, near Main 
Morrison & Brown (Geo. W. Morrison and John E. 

Brown), grocers, 1 Park 
Morrison George W. (Morrison & Brown), grocer, 1 Park, 
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Morrow John, spinner, boards Mr. Perkins', Pine 
Morrow Joseph, shoemaker, house' rear Lisbon, n. Birch 
Morrow Nelson, pressman, boards Simon Spaiilding's, 

Blake, near Bireh 
Morrow Sarah, widow, boards Simon Spaulding's, Blake, 

near Birch 
Morse Alfred J., overseer Androscoggin mill, h. 96 Park 
Morse E. C. (O. B. Morse & Co.), planing and molding 

mill, foot Cross Canal, Drummond, Auburn 
Morse George S., blacksmith, Main, near Lincoln, house 

Wood, near Vale 
Morse O. B. (O. B. Morse & Co.), planing and molding 

mill, foot Cross canal, house Court, Auburn 
MORSE O. B. & CO. (O. B. Morse and E. C. Morse), 

planing and molding mill 
MORSE SILAS C. (S. C. Morse & Co.), ice and wood 

dealers, Chapel, near Lowell, house Chapel 
MORSE SILAS C. & CO. (S. C. Morse and Oliver 

Newman), ice and wood dealers, Chapel, n. Lowell 
MORSE S. C, icedealer, house foot of Chapel 
Morton Alonzo D. (Bradley cvj Morton), grist-mill, Mill, 

house 50 College 
Morton Lucy Mrs., house Pine, corner Shawmut 
Morton Sarah Mrs., fruit and confectionery, 52 Lisbon, 

house do. 
Mosman William, fireman Androscoggin mill, house 105 

Lisbon 
Mottram James, machinist, boards Lincoln 
Mottram James, fancy goods, Lincoln, n. Main, house do. 
Mottram Lemuel, house 30 Blake 
Mottram Mrs., house 32 Blake 

Mottram Peter, second hand Lewiston mill, h. 30 Blake 
Mottram William, spinner Continental mill, house Lincoln, 

cor. Chestnut 
Moulton Daniel, overseer Continental mill, house Oxford 
Moulton Daniel P., clerk, house Oxford, n. Lewiston mills 
Moulton George, bricklayer, house Cottage, n. Riverside 
Moulton Solon W., fruit and confectionery, Lisbon, near 

Birch, house 11 Lowell 
Mullaney Charles, machinist, house Perryville, Auburn 
Mullaney John P., weaver Lewiston mills, house Hamp- 
shire, Auburn 
Mullaney Peter, laborer Lewiston mill, house at Auburn 
Mullen John, operative Androscoggin mill, house Lincoln 
Mulhulland John A., silverplater, boards Mrs. llawes 
Munroe Frank, clerk, 25 Lyceum block, houso at Auburn 
Murphy Cornelius, operative Androscoggin mill, h. Lincoln 
Murphy Daniel, operative Androscoggin mill, h. Lincoln 
Murphy Dennis, operative Androscoggin mill, h. Lincoln 




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Murphy Edward, overseer Bleachery, bels. Tremont house 
Murphy James, section hand, Continental mill, h. Lincoln 
Murphy Jeremiah, operative Bates mill, house Lisbon 
Murphy Jeremiah A., engineer, house Bartlett, e. Walnut 
Murphy John, silverplater, boards Lincoln 
Murphy John, laborer Lewiston mills, house Lincoln 
Murphy John B., operative Bates mill, bds. 5 Bates blk. 
Murphy Mary Mrs., widow of Jeremiah, house Bartlett, 

corner Walnut 
Murphy Michael, operative Bates mill, boards Lincoln 
Murphy Patrick, laborer Bleachery, boards Town road 
Murphy Patrick, laborer Lewiston mills, h. rear Bleachery 
Murphy Peter, spinner Lincoln mill, house Bates 
Murphy Thomas, section hand Aggn. mill, boards Lisbon 
Murray Arthur II., boards 29 Ash, Dr. Murray's 
Murray Isabella, widow of Foster, boards 1C>8 Lisbon 
Murray Jabez W., physician and surgeon, SO Lisbon, near 

Ash, house 29 Ash 
Murray Simeon II., overseer weave room Lincoln mill, 

house Blake, cor. Walnut 
Murray Thomas, machinist, boards 1 Frye's block 
Mutterm Samuel, spinner Continental mill, house Blake 
Myer Joseph, operative Continental mill, house Lincoln 
Myers Edward 1*., machinist, house 13 Park 
Myner Augustus, operative Bates mill 
Myriek Albert, hackdriver, boards 21 Park 
Myrick Frank E., hostler, boards Main, cor. Parle 

NADAN THEODORE, baker, boards Lincoln 
Nash Ammi P., farmer, house College, near Skinner 
Nash At well F., operative Lewiston mills, h. 87 Lincoln 
Nash Charles J., clerk, Lisbon, house College, n. Skinner 
Nasli David, teamster, h. Chapel, near American house 
Nash Esther A., widow of Jacob, boards J. Nash's, Blake, 

near Walnut 
Nash Everett A.," lawyer, house College, near Skinner 
Nash Jacob C, operative, house Blake, near Walnut 
Nash John, musical instruments, 5.V Central block, house 

12 Lowell 
Nash John F., messenger K. cv; B. Express, 77 Lisbon, h. 

29 Park 
Nason Addie Mrs., widow of George, boards 20 Franklin 
NASON CHARLES F., gunmaker, Lower Slain, near 

Bridge, house Gon\ near Court 
Nason Edward T\, operative Bates mill, bds. Bates, c. Pine 
Nason Sarah A., widow of Uriah, house Upper Main 
Nason Uriah A., shoemaker, house Upper Main 
Neal Alvin, clerk, 49 Lisbon, boards Franklin, near Main 
Neal Horace S., woolsorter Bates mill, boards 5 Bates blk. 



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Neal John, bookbinder, Journal building, Lisbon, house 14 

Mechanics block 
Neale Alvin, clerk, boards Franklin, near Main 
Nealey Albert B. (II. Day & Co.), hardware, Main, corner 

Middle, house Sabattus, near Main 
Nealey Albert B. (Day, Nealey & Co.), grocer, Main, cor. 

Bates, house Sabattus, near Lowell's corner 
Needham Eugene J. (sewing machines), boards 92 Park 
Needham Jonas, sewing machines, 100 Lisbon, boards 92 

Park 
Needham Melzer G., overseer Aggn. mill, house 92 Park 
Nelligan Edward, baggage master, M. C. Ii. K., h. Bridge, 

corner Winter 
Nelligan James, machinist, house Bridge, corner Winter 
Nelligan John, railroad man, house Bridge, corner Winter 
Nelligan Thomas, railroad man, house Bridge, cor. Winter 
Nelson DeForest, operative, boards Blake, near Walnut 
Nelson Joseph P., grinder Lewiston mill, house 9 Walnut 
Nelson Sarah J., widow, house Blake, near Walnut 
Nelson Wilmot, operative Androscoggin mills, h. Blake, 

near Walnut 
Kerens Charles F., boarding, livery, and sale stable, Main, 

corner Bates, house Main, junction Sabattus 
Nevens Charles II., farmer, h. Main, n. bridge, Barkerville 
He veils Davis, farmer, house Neven's road 
Nevens John, teamster, house 22 Bates 
Nevins Amos, contractor, house 27 High 
Nevins C4corge IT., carriage maker, house 31 Ash 
Nevins Plummer 11., operative, bds. Mr. Lander's, Frank- 
lin 
Newbegin Ellen Miss, house Main, Barkerville 
Newbegin George, blacksmith, house Main, Barkerville 
Newbegin John P., teamster, boards 27 Park 
Newell Charles S., boots and shoes, 15 Lisbon, boards 15 

Lisbon 
Newell Clara E. Miss, dressmaker, 15 Lisbon, boards do. 
Newell Freeman, musicdealer (Auburn), h. Cole, n. Wood 
Newell L. M. Miss, dressmaker, Lisbon st., over Tracy's 

store, boards Mrs. J. S. Stimpson's, 87 Lisbon 
NEWMAN OLIVER (S. C. Morse & Co.), ice and wood 

dealer, Chapel, near Lowell, house High 
Newton Charles L., machinist Lincoln mill, boards Bates, 

near Ash 
Newton Levi L., carpenter Lewiston mills, h. 5 Oxford 
Newton Robert, callender Bleachery, h. rear gas works 
Newton Samuel, operative Bates mill, house Lincoln 
Nichols Alba C, clerk, 40 Lisbon boards DeWitt house 



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Nichols John, tinsmith, house Bridge, nefar Summer 
Nickerson Charles, watchman Androscoggin mill, boards 

2 Androscoggin block 
Nickerson James O., finisher Lewiston Falls Mn fg. Co. 
Nickerson Orin N., shoemaker, house 23 Lowell 
Noble Eleazer ft'.J overseer yard Hill mill, house Cedar 
Nolan Michael, laborer, house Bates, below machine-shop 
Norcross Betsey S., widow of Jams M., boards C. A. Nor- 

crbss'j Old Lisbon road 
Norcross Charles A., carpenter Bates mills, house Old 

Lisbon road, near East avenue 
Norris Thomas B., carpenter and builder, shop Main, cor. 

Bates, house Ilorton, near Grammar school 
Norton Jotham P., contractor, house Octagon bld'ng, Main 
Norwcll Itufus, carpenter, house Summer, near Bridge 
Nourse Franklin, operative Bates mill, bds. DeWitt house 
Noyes David If., card and belt manufacturer, factory Cross, 

corner Mill, house Bartlett, corner Ash 
Noyes Fred A., clerk, boards Fierce, corner Walnut 
Noyes Lucretia, widow of Albion, h. Fierce, cor. Walnut 
Nugent William, operative Bates mill, 5 Bates block 
Nye James W., spinner Lewiston Falls Mnfg. Co. 
Nye Joseph S., 7 Androscoggin block 
Nye Martha, widow of Ellis, house 20 Park 

OAKES JOHN, clerk, house Bates, near Lowell 

Oakes Sylvester (Oakes & Russell), physician, house at 

Auburn 
Oakes Wallace K., student, boards Dr. Oakes', at Auburn 
Oakes & Russell (S. Oakes and E. Russell), physicians, 

Woods block, Lisbon 
O'Brien James, card grinder Androscoggin mill, h. Lincoln 
O'Brien James, operative Bates mill, house Lincoln 
O'Brien John, laborer, house rear Lewiston machine-shop 
O'Brien John J., operative Androscoggin mill, h. Lincoln 
O'Brien Larkins, laborer, house Bates, n. machine-shop 
O'Connell, Daniel, folder Bleachery, boards Lincoln 
O'Connell Mary, widow, house Knox, near Birch 
O'Connell Michael, laborer, Cumberland mill, house rear 

gas works 
O'Connell Timothy, laborer Maine C. R. R., house Bates, 

near depot 
O'Connor Jeremiah, folder Bleachery, bds. n. gas works 
O'Gorman Patrick, callender Bleachery, boards Lincoln 
Ogden Joseph, spinner, house Bartlett, near Maple 
Ogden Joseph, spinner Lewiston mills, boards Blake 
Oldread Thomas, laborer, house 32 Blake 
O'Leary Timothy, machinist Lincoln mill, house Blake 
Olfene Frederick (J. L. II. Cobb & Co.), proprietor Cum- 
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Olfene Henry, weaver Cumberland mill, house Blake 
Oliver Charles L., house Middle, near Main 
Oliver Cyrus, operative, boards rear 160 Lisbon 
Oliver Francis, operative Androscoggin mill, h. Lincoln 
Oliver John, painter, boards David Sparing's, Lisbon 
Olsson Martin, operative Androscoggin mill, boards 9 An- 
droscoggin block 
O'Neil Jane, widow of Mark, house Bates, near Maple 
O'Neil John, shoemaker, boards Bates 
O'Niei Anthony G., operative Bates mill, liouse Lincoln 
Ordway Albion K., carriagetrimmer, h. Brooks, c. Union 
Orison Samuel, operative Bates mill, house Knox 
Orr Joseph IT., dentist, house Winter, near Bates 
Osborn William II., cigarmakcr, h, Lisbon, cor. Birch 
Osgood Brainard A., clerk, bds. Sabattus, near College 
Osgood Charles II. (II. A. Osgood & Son, and Whitney 

$5 Ogood), boards II. A. Osgood's, Upper Main 
Osgood Charles W. (Donnell & Osgood), stoves and tin- 
ware, 105 Lisbon, house Blake, corner Ash 
Osgood Henry A. (Whitney & Osgood, G. A. Drew & 
Co., and II. A. Osgood & Son), house Upper Main, 
near Mountain avenue 
OSGOOD II. A. & SON (IT. A. Osgood and C. II. Os- 
good), jobbers of watches, cv;c, 81 Lisbon 
Osgood Silas B., carpenter, house Old Lisbon road 
O'Sullivan Mary, widow of Michael, house Bates 
Otis Oliver, foreman Lewiston Gazette, Main, house Pine, 

corner Bates 
Otis Sylvanus, millman, house Summer, near Bridge 
Owen John, policeman, house East avenue, near School 
Owen R. M. (Owen & Little), hardware, &c, h. at Auburn 
Owen & Little (R. M. Owen and IT. C. Little), hardware, 

cutlery, paints, and oils, 25 Lyceum block, Ijisbon 
Oxnard John T., bobbinmaker, bds. Lincoln blk., Main 

Packard Albion, carpenter, house Jones, n. brickyard 
Packard John A., carpenter, house Sabattus, near Pine 
Packard Otis S., carpenter, liouse Sabattus, near Pine 
Packard Stephen S., carpenter, Noble house, Lisbon 
Page George R., millinery and fancy goods, 3 Lisbon, h. 

at Auburn 
Paige Elijah F., overseer Hill mill, house 19 Hill block 
Paine Edwin W., carpenter, boards 22 Park- 
Palmer Benj., spinner Hill mill, house Knox, near Spruce 
Palmer Nancy Mrs., house 21 Bates 
Palmer Robert A., shoemaker, boards* Mrs. Collins', Lower 

Main 
Palmer W infield, shoemaker, house 21 Bates 
Parcher Frank M., expressman, 7 Lisbon, house 22 Bates 



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Patch er Samuel A., peddler, house 22 Bates 

Parker Albert, section hand Bates mill, h. Park, n. Ash 

Parker Ammi L., watchman Lewiston mills, house 4 

Mechanics block 
Parker Clement (C. Parker & Co.), confectioner, house 

Blanchard's block, Main 
Parker C. & Co. (C. Parker and L. S. Ruggles), confec- 
tioners, 45 Lisbon 
Parker Frank, operative, boards 162 Lisbon 
Parker Frank E., section hand Bates mill, house 4 

Mechanics block 
Parker Frank W., clerk First National Bank, house 45 

Franklin 
PARKER GEORGE A., postmaster, boards Tremont 

House 
Parker George A., grocer, house 23 Franklin 
Parker Geo. G., millman, house 1 Mechanics block 
Parker George S., machinist Bates mill, house 4 Canal 
Parker Herbert, clerk Franklin Co., boards Summer, near 

Bridge 
Parker Isaac N. (Read & Parker), R. R. contractors, house 

Webster, cor. East avenue 
Parker Ivers P., section hand Bates mill, h. 4 Mechanics 

block 
Parker Jacob S., shoemaker, house Summer,' near Bridge 
Parker John H., overseer Bates mill, house 101 Bates 
Parker Joshua M., watchman Androscoggin mill, house 75 

Lisbon. 
Parker Lorenzo, hostler, house Chapel, opp. American 

House 
Parker Louisa, widow of Adams, house 4 Hill block 
Parker Nathan, printer Journal office, house at Auburn 
Parker Sarah Mrs., widow, house Walnut, cor. Pierce 
Parkman Esther A. Mrs., dry goods, o Lisbon block, bds. 

Blake 
Parkman Simon, operative, boards O. Call's, Blake 
Parmenter Horace,. overseer II ill mill, house 12 Hill blk. 
Parmentcr Joseph, second hand Androscoggin mill, house 

Maple 
Parmenter Samuel B., overseer Androscoggin mill, house 

100 Park . . 

Paro John, laborer Lewiston mills, house Lincoln 
Parsons Albert L., slashing tender Continental mill, house 

at Auburn 
Patterson Roland E., contractor and builder, Blake, cor. 

Birch 
Pattison Catherine, widow of John Q., house G Maple 
Paul Ether S. (Goddard & Paul), dry goods, h. Academy 

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Paul Fannie, widow of Daniel, house Main, n. Greene line 

Fayson Fenton, shoemaker, boards 50 Lisbon 

Peabody Frank S., section hand Bates, house Park, near 

Lisbon hall 
Peabody John L., mason, house Octagon building, Main 
Pearsons Richard R., shoemaker, house Lowell, n. Rates 
Pease Howard, section hand, boards Blake, near Walnut 
Pease Mrs., widow, house Bates, near Maple 
Peavcy Charles A., City dining-hall, boards 19 Lisbon 
Peavey Jacob B., City dining-hall, 19 Lisbon, house do. 
PECK LEWIS C. (Smith & Peck), tailor, house 1 Jones 

block, Upper Main 
Peckham Fred. II. student, boards 17 College 
Pelham Edward, brickmaker, house Bates, near -Lowell 
Pell Jabesh B., machinist, house Summer, near High 
Pelletter Joseph core maker, boards Lincoln 
Pendexter John C. (Pendexter & Hayes), 2 Hilton's blk., 

house 5G Blake 
Pendexter & Hayes (John C. Pendexter and Isaac A. 

Hayes), groceries and provisions, 2 Hilton's block, 

Lisbon 
Pennell Albert P., overseer Continental mill, house Blake, 

near Walnut 
Pennell Richard C, paymaster of Continental mill, house 

04 Bates, near Walnut 
Pennell William D., paymaster Lincoln mill, house 65 

Bates, corner Walnut 
Penney Henry J., carpenter, house 39 High 
Penney Hiram, hostler, house Main, n. Lowell's corner 
Penniman George, shoemaker, boards 1 Frye's block 
Penniman George F., shoecutter, house 18 Franklin 
Pepont Joseph, operative Continental mill, house Lincoln 
PERHAM AURESTUS S., dry goods, 51 Lisbon, house 

at Auburn 
Perkins Augustine, operative Lewiston mills, 'boards 11 

Middle . •' 

Perkins Charles II., expressman, 7 Lisbon, house Pine, n. 

F. B. Church 
Perkins Edward S., house 23 Franklin 
Perkins Francis R., overseer cloth-room Lewiston mills, 

house Park, near Common 
Perkins Gideon, clergyman, h. East avenue, opp. Skinner 
Perkins James W. (J.'W. Perkins & Co.), dry goods, 11 

Lisbon, house 47 Main 
Perkins J. W. & Co. (James W. Perkins and Charles F. 

Goss), dry goods and carpetihgs, 11 Lisbon 
Perkins John F., machinist Lewiston mills, h. 59 Lisbon 



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Perkins John R., second hand, house Pierce, near Walnut 
Perkins John It., jr., second hand Lewiston mills, h. Pierce, 

near Walnut 
Perkins Joseph W. (J. W. Perkins & Co.), dry goods, 11 

Lisbon 
Perkins Julia Miss, boardinghouse, 11 Middle 
Perkins Samuel S., apothecary, house *23 Franklin 
Pero Adolph, day watchman Lewiston Machine Co., 

house Lincoln 
Perry Betsey, widow of Lyman, house Bridge, n. Winter 
Perry Charles, molder, boards Lisbon 
Perry Edward P., baker Varney & Day, house Bridge, 

near Winter 
Perry Joseph, laborer Bates mill, house Chestnut 
Peters Richard Y., boardinghouse, 50 Lisbon 
Peterson Benjamin F., painter, h. Brooks, cor. Mechanic 
Peterson Horatio N., carder Continental mill, boards 15 

Bates corporation 
Pettengill George S. (J. II. Pettengill & Son), brickmaker, 

house Upper Main 
Pettengill John II. (J. II. Pettengill & Son), brickmaker, 

house Upper Main 
Pettengill John II. & Son (John II. & George S. Petten- 
gill), brick manufacturers, Upper Main 
Pettengill Levi M., farm hand at D. Wood's, Upper Main 
Pettingill Mary J. Miss, teacher No. 1 Main St. primary, 

house 53 Main 
Pettingill William A., clerk, 51 Lisbon, boards William 

II. Pettingiirs, Main 
Pettingill William II., joiner, house 53 Main 
Pettigrew George, blacksmith, boards Lower Main 
Pheney Michael E., head waiter De Witt House, house do. 
Pheteplace David, supt. Androscoggin mills, h. 1)4 Park 
Phifer John, operative Bates mill, boards 110 Lisbon 
Philbrick George, farm hand, boards A. Burbank's, Pine 
Philbi'ick Nathaniel F., carriagemaker, boards Bartlett, 

near Ilorton 
Philbrook Thomas, house carpenter, boards 44 Lisbon 
Phillips Alvercls N., operative Bates mill, boards 3 Bates 

block 
Phillips Frank F., student, boards G. W. Garcelon's, 36 

College 
Phillips Washington, constable, house 45 Pine 
Phillips William II., mason, house '2'2 Park 
Phinney Mellen M., clerk, 04 Lisbon, h. Main, cor. High 
Pidgin William A., clerk Journal oilice, house Bartlett 
Pierce George W., mason, boards Samuel Pierce's, Bates, 

near Birch 
Pierce J. Frank, second hand Lewiston machine-shop, h. 

19 Ilteh 



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Pierce Julia Mrs., widow of Calvin, house 10 High 
Pierce Samuel, mason, house Bates, near Birch 
Pierce Sylvester G., machinist, house 22 College 
Pike S. 13., lumberman, house Summer, near Bridge 
Pilsbury George II., paymaster and clerk Franklin Co., 

DeWitt House block, house Horton, near Ash 
Pillsbuiy Levi, house o2 College 
Pillsbury Warren AY., clerk, boards DeWitt House 
Pingree Page, overseer Riverside cemetery, h. 85 Main 
Pingree Hanson C, supt. with S. R. Bearce & Co., Main, 

near Guard locks, house Main, near Sabattus 
Pingree Valentine, clerk Journal office, house 85 Main 
Pinkham John, wheelman Lewiston mills, house Lincoln 
PITCHER ANSON", clothing, 49 Lisbon, h. Blake, n. Main 
Pitcher Wilbcrt O., wholesale peddler, boards 71 Park 
Pitman Jane R., widow, boards 4 Birch 
Pitman John, carpenter Continental mill, boards Park, n. 

Chestnut 
Pitman Lewis W., carpenter, house Bates, near Maple 
Pitman Lewis W., foreman Continental mill, h. 4 Oxford 
Pitman William F., second hand Androscoggin mill, house 

41 Birch 
Pland Charles G., spinner Cumberland mill, house Knox 
Plant Charles D., spinner, boards Knox, near Birch 
Plummer Albert II., furniture manufacturer, bds. 10 Bates 
Plummer Charles II.*, second hand Bates mill, h. 9 Walnut 
Plummer Edward, roll coverer, boards American House 
Plummer Oliver W., carpenter, house Ash, near Lisbon 
Plummer Theodore, millinery and fancy goods, Lisbon, n. 

Ash, house High, corner Bridge 
Poivier George, clerk, boards Lisbon 
Pollard George A., carpenter, house Birch, near Park 
Pollard Henry M., house Bonnalley block, Main 
Pollock Robert, woolsorter Aurora mill, house Summer 
Pomeroy Eugene E., watchmaker, house 29 Park 
Potter Albert, carpenter Bates mill, house Birch 
Potter Albert W., pop and beer mnfr., Main, near Lincoln, 

house do. 
Potter Octavius (Potter, Thompson & Co.), carriage mnfr., 

Park, near Main, house Ash, near Franklin 
Potter, Thompson & Co. (Octavius Potter, Theophilus 

Thompson, and Isaac W. Thompson), carriage ninfrs., 

Park, near Main 
Potter Win. E. N., machinist Bates mill, house Summer 
Pottle George, clerk, 1 Lisbon block, Lisbon, boards Con- 
tinental Hotel 
Pottle James, stonecutter, boards 1G2 Lisbon 
Powell Arthur Ernest, oiler Bates mill, boards 09 Park 



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Mary E., widow, 09 Par 



90 LEYVISTON [p] DIRECTORY. 

Powers Ammi T., second hand spooling-room Continental 

mill, boards 71 Park 
Powers Jefferson, house 32 College 
Powers Robert E., house 32 College 
Poyer John, laborer Bates mill, house Lincoln 
Pratt Charles, farmer, house Main, near Greene line 
Pratt Collins, carpenter, house Brooks 
Pratt Lydia Mrs., widow of Reuben D., bds. 20 Franklin 
Pratt Maria, widow of Jason, house Brooks, cor. Mechanic- 
Prat t Marshall, farmer, house Main, near Greene line 
Pratt William A., blacksmith, rear 3 College 
Pray Alcander B., bootmaker, boards Lisbon 
Pray Benjamin P., painter, house 9 Middle 
Pray Joseph, laborer, house 30 Lisbon 
Prentice Elvira, widow of George, h. Sabattus, n. Brooks 
Prentiss Leander P., truckman, house Main, cor. Bates 
Prescott Jacob E., bookkeeper, house Orange, n. Webster 
Prescott Josiah A., trader, house Orange, near Webster 
Prescott Samuel, millman, house Bridge, next the bridge 
Pressey Melzar, upholsterer, house Alain, cor. Bates 
Pressey Warren E., boots and shoes, 7 Lisbon block, Lis- 
bon, house Bates, cor. Lowell 
Prevost Joseph, foundryman, boards Lincoln 
Pride Nathan, second hand spinning Cumberland mill, 

house 10 Maple .-: 

Prince William, boards Lincoln block, Main 
Procter Gilbert IT., carpenter, boards G9 Park 
Proctor George W., carpenter Continental mill, boards 1 

Continental block 
Pullen Sophronia Mrs., dressmaker, 78 Lisbon 
Pullen Willington, house 2 Park 

Pulsifer Augustus M., lawyer, 9 Lisbon, house at Auburn 
Pulsifer Wilson (Pulsifer & Wiggin), groceries and pro- 
visions, house at Auburn 
Pulsifer & Wiggin (W. Pulsifer and E. D. Wiggin), gro- 
ceries and provisions, Lisbon, below Lisbon block 
Pulverman William, clothing, 23 Lisbon, h. Ash, corner 

Franklin 
Purinton Stephen O., general agent, Security Life Insur- 
ance Company, Savings Bank building, Lisbon, cor. 
Pine, house cor. Ash 
Pushor Prescott S., second hand Bates mill, h. at Auburn 
Putnam Charles W., operative, h. Walnut, near Blake 
Putnam Eliza K., widow of Israel, h. Walnut, near Blake 
Putnam Herbert S., operative, boards Walnut, n. Blake 
Putnam James P., general agunt Empiru Life Xustmutco 

Co., house 23 Lowell 
Putnam John F. (Thompson & Putnam), agricultural im- 
plements, Main, cor. Chapel, house 30 College 



"nOTTPT ACQ Cr r i nOTr hKKEP A LARGE STOCK OF 
JJUUULA^ W OUU1V, j BRACKETS & WALL POCKETS. 

LEWISTON [Q-I{] DIRECTORY. 91 

Putnam Mary A., widow of Edwin, h. Higli, cor. Bridge 
Putnam Willard, clerk DeYVitt House, Pine, c. Park, h. do. 

QUALE JOHN T., machinist Bates mill, h. Blake, 

near Pine 
Quimby Albion K. P., operative Hill mill, boards foot of 

Middle 
Quimby Ambrose, boarding master, h. foot of Middle 
Quimby Franklin JL, operative Androscoggin mill, boards 

foot of Middle 
Quimby Joseph W., machinist, house Park, near Maple 
Quimby William L.. stonemason, house Brooks 
Quota Roseoe, operative Bates mill 

RACKLIFF ELBRIDGE, tinman, h. Blake, near Main 
Rackliff Frank, operative Bates mill, boards Park, nearM. 

E. church 
Rackliff Henry, operative Bates mill, boards Park, near 

M. E. church 
Pagan Michael, joiner, house Pierce, near Chestnut 
liamsdell Melville M., millman, house Jones, near Bridge 
Randall Benjamin, laborer, house "Onion, near College 
Randall Charles, cigarmaker, boards 19 Lisbon 
Randall Edgar, shoemaker, house Jones 
Randall Foster, carpenter, house Seminary, near Skinner 
Randall George S., clerk, 2 Lisbon block, boards do. 
Randall Isaiah, teamster, boards Union, near College 
Randall James, laborer Cumberland mill, house Middle 
Randall .lames S., carpenter, house 21 Bates 
Randall Parmelia II., widow of William, h. College, n. Vale 
Randall Win., joiner, house Nevens road, near Sabattus 
Rankins Bertha, widow of Levi D., house Riverside, near 

Cemetery 
Rankins Chas. W., bobbinboy Lewiston mills, bds. Maple 
Rankins Ivy, section hand, boards Park, cor. Chestnut 
Rankins Joseph E., slasher, house 4 Maple 
Rankins Matthew, house Riverside, near Cemetery 
Rankins Oliver, machinist, house Summer, near Bridge 
Ranks Charles F., section hand Bates mill, house Park, 

cor. Maple 
Ranks George, section hand Androscoggin mill, house 85 

Bates 
Ranks John, third hand Lewiston mills, house Park 
Ranks Jothain, section hand Androscoggin mill, boards 

Bates 
Ratcliffe Thomas, section hand Androscoggin mill, house 

Pine, above Ilorton 



92 LEWISTON [R] DIRECTORY. 

Ratigan Peter, operative Dates mill, boards Lincoln 
Rawling Benjamin, works at dye-house, house rear Knox, 

near Maple * 
Rawston James, section hand Lewiston mills, boards Lew- 

iston block 
Ray Elbridge, farmer, house Dr. Garcelon's, Sabattusroad, 

above East avenue 
Ray Samuel, truckman, house Winter, near Bates 
Raymond Charles, watchman gate-house, boards 2 Frye's 

block , 
Raymond Fred., laster, 17 Spring, Auburn 
Raymond George F., stable, Franklin, near Main, house 19 

* Park 
Raymond Grosvenor W., locksmith and stencil cutter, 30^ 

Lisbon, boards 2 Frye's block 
Read Arthur E., clerk 40 Lisbon, bds. Sabattus, n. Main 
Read Charles B., boards John Read's, Main, cor. Elm 
Read Fred. D., baker Varney & Day, house at Auburn 
Read Henry A., house Park, near Main 
REED JOHN" (Read & Moore), civil engineer, and 

(Read & Parker), R. R. contractors, h. Main, c. Elm 
Read Lemuel, fireman James Woods, house Avon 
Read M. S. Miss, millinery and fancy goods, 1 Lisbon, 

boards Sabattus 
Read Samuel N., currier, house Park, near Main 
READ cvj MOORE (J. Read and J. E. Moore), civil en- 
gineers, Union block, Lisbon 
Read & Parker. (J. Read and J. K". Parker), R. R. con- 
tractors, Union block, Lisbon 
Read Ralph R,, student, house Avon 
Reaton Alice Miss, dressmaker, 5 College 
Reardon Michael, laborer Bleaehery, bds. Lisbon 
Record Calvin (Record & Hutchinson), attorney, house at 

Auburn 
Record Charles A., blacksmith, house foot of Hates 
Record Henry J., farm hand at E. Cornish's, tipper Main 
Record Samuel T., engineer Lewiston Machine Co., house 

near M. C. depot 
Record & Hutchinson (C. Record and L. II. Hutchinson), 

attorneys, Savings Bank building, Lisbon, cor. Pine 
Record , second hand clothing, house Lower Main, 

near bridge 
Reckards Charles, blacksmith, boards High, near Middle 
Reed Charles B., student, boards Upper Main 
Reed Elvn M. Miss, teacher Oak street school No. 5, bds. 

Mr. Pierce's, Bates 
Reed Frederick D., baker, boards 11 Park 
Reed Gardner, machinist, boards 11 Middle 
Reed John, engineer, house Upper Main 



LEWISTON [U} DIRECTORY. 93 

Reed Nellie F., teacher Primary school No. 11, boards S. 

Pierce's, Bates 
Reed Robert, painter, house Lisbon, near Ash 
Reed William PL, farmer, Greene & Webster, n. Sabattus 

fi-oad 
Rennie Julia Mrs., widow of Thomas L., house 82 Park 
Rettie Peter, laborer Lewiston mills, house Kuox 
Reynolds Bela R., clerk, 40 Lisbon, boards Mrs. Ambrose's, 

Main. 
Reynolds William B., apothecary clerk, boards Mr. Bart- 

lett's, Ilorton 
Rhodes Charles M., operative Lewiston Bleachery, boards 

Park 
Rhodie James, laborer Lewiston mills, house Lincoln 
Rice David L., card grinder .Continental mill, h. 85 Bates 
Rice Edward, operative Lewiston Falls Manufacturing Co., 

boards Tremont House 
Rice Thomas C, carpenter, house Pine, corner Shawmut 
RICHARDS DAVID O. (Richards & Merrill), 23 Lisbon, 

house at Auburn 
Richards Lewis, operative Bates mill, boards Bates block 
RICHARDS & MERRILL (David O. Richards and John 

L. Merrill), merchant tailors, Lyceum hall building, 

23 Lisbon 
Richardson Alfred, farmer, house Jones 
Richardson Augustine, millman, boards Jones, n. Bridge 
Richardson Elvira Mrs., widow of Ebbin, house College, 

corner Skinner 
RICHARDSON HALSEY II., painter, Main, cor. Bates, 

house Brooks, near Main 
Richardson Henry, carpenter, h. Wood, near Skinner 
Richardson John Rev., Baptist, 2 College 
Richardson Joshua G. (Richardson & Andrews), Main, 

opp. Haymarket square, house High, near Bridge 
Richardson J., confectionery, house near High 
Richardson J. P., confectionery, house near High 
Richardson Luther, millman, boards Jones, near Bridge 
Richardson Seth, blacksmith, boards Tremont House 
Richardson Willis S., machinist, house 2 College 
Richardson & Andrews (Joshua G. Richardson and Edwin 

Andrews), Main, opp. Haymarket square 
Ricker Daniel, spinner, boards Gl Park 
Ricker Daniel N., spinner Cumberland mill, house Knox, 

corner Maple 
Ricker Julian L., clerk, bds. Dr. Ricker's, Blake, cor. Pine 
Ricker R. Russell, physician, 4 Savings Bank building, 

Lisbon, cor. Pine, house Pine, cor. Blake 
Ricker William 1L, mason, boards 10 Lisbon 
Rideout Nelson R., photographer, Chestnut, near Lisbon, 

house Ash, cor. Blake 



94: LEWISTOX [ft] DIRECTORY 



Ridley Edwin J., dresser Bates mill, boards Park, corner 

Chestnut 
Ridley George, operative Lewiston mills 
Ridley Jerome, carpenter, h. over steam bakery, Franklin 
Ridley Thomas, dry goods, house Ilorton, cor. Ash * 
Rienoe Oliver, operative Lincoln mill, boards Lincoln 
Riggs Charles M., machinist, boards High, cor. Bridge 
Riggs Frank IT., blacksmith, house 14 High 
Riker Edgar J., blacksmith, house Lowell, near. Chapel 
Riley John, second hand Continental mill, house Lincoln, 

near Main 
Ring Albert, overseer Hill mill, house 8 Hill block 
Ring Thomas, second hand Lewiston mills, house Lincoln 
•River Henry, door, sash, and blind maker, boards 20 Bates 
River Lewis, door, sash, and blind maker, house '20 Bates 
Roach John, house rear Lewiston machine-shop 
Roach Thomas, operative Bates mill, h. rear gas works 
Robert Ezra, foundryman, house Lincoln 
Roberts Jane Mrs., widow, house 13 Blake 
Roberts William B., operative Bates mill, bds. 13 Blake 
Roberts Win, Henry, carpenter, house Main, cor. Blake 
Robertson Georgfc D., helper, boards Mr. Blanchard's 
Robie Sylvanus P., clerk, 23 Lisbon, boards JElni House, 

Auburn 
Robbins Elsie M. Mrs., widow of Charles II. 
Robbins E. H., shoemaker, Auburn, boards 1 Continental 

block 
Robbins Lucius C, truckman, house Wood, corner Yale 
Robbins Olive J., widow of Isaac B., h. Pierce, cor. Pine 
Robinson Benj. F., operative Lewiston bleachery, boards 

Treniout House v 

Robinson Carrie E., widow of Nathaniel, house 154 Lisbon 
Robinson Charles, operative, boards 71 Park 
Robinson Charles S., dresser Continental mill, h. 23 Park 
Robinson George, operative Bates mill, bds. 5 Bates blk. 
Robinson George W., fruit and confectionery, 36 Lisbon, 

house do. 
Robinson Hiram A., machinist Bates mill, boards Middle, 

.: corner Lowell 
Robinson Isaac S., carpenter, 7 Spring, Auburn 
Robinson James, section hand Lewiston mills, bds. Lisbon 
Rubinson John W., operative Bates mill, boards Middle, 

corner Lowell 
'Robinson Mary, widow, works Lincoln block Main 
Robinson William, canal gate tender, h. Chapel, c. Lowell 
.Roche Frank, operative Lewiston mills, house Lincoln 
Roddy James, laborer Lewiston mills, house Lincoln 
Roderick John, operative Androscoggin mill, house Lisbon 
Roderick Levi, molder, boards Lincoln 



DOTTOL^SS £<- POOTC {keep newspapers, maga- 

UUUU±jA£?£> Cv tUUlV, (Z1KES, BOOKS, & STATIONERY. 
LEWISTON []}] DIRECTORY. 9 5 

Roderick Levi, jr., operative Bates mill, boards Lincoln 
Rodick John A. (E. E. Benson & Co.), groceries and pro- 
visions, house Bine, near Ilorton 
Rodick John A. & Co. (John A. and W. J. Rodick), dry 

goods, 4 Lisbon bloek,-Lisbon, house Bine 
Rodick William J. (E. E. Benson & Co.), groceries and 

provisions, house Bine, near Horton 
Rogers Edwin C, overseer Bates mill, house 103 Bates 
Rogers Frederick II., machinist Bates mill, h. 103 Bates 
Rogers Isabella, widow of John, house Bates, cor. Bine 
Rogers Lee, filemaker, boards Webster, corner Orange 
Rogers Martha Miss,~teacher Oak street Brimary school 

No. 5, boards J. S. Barker's, Summer 
Rogers William F., second hand cloth-room, Lewiston 

mills, boards 71 Bark 
Rogers William S., supt. Bates mill, house 103 Bates 
Rollins Forest E. (Lake & Rollins), hairdresser, boards 31 

Ash • 

Rollins Henry W., house Walnut, near Blake 
Rollins Henry W., watchman Bates mill, feds. 12 Bates blk. 
Rooney Patrick J., machinist, house Winter 
Rose Gilman S., coachman, house Chestnut, near Bark 
Rose Herbert, mason, house Lisbon, near Chestnut 
Rose Iliram B., night police, house Seminary, n. Sabattus 
Rose Maurice, section hand Bates mill, house Lisbon 
Ross Barton II., painter, house High, corner Bridge 
Ross Caleb S., carpenter, boards 5 Oxford 
Ross Daniel ]>., picker Bates mill, h. Webster, opp. Bine 
Ross Daniel P., second hand Bates mill, h. Bine, n. Sabattus 
Ross David, night watchman Lewiston Machine Co., h. 

Jones, corner Bridge 
Ross Franklin, operative Bates mill, boards 5 Bates block 
Ross Herbert L., currier, house 3G Blake 
Ross John, second hand, house 30 Blake 
Ross John, operative Androscoggin mill, house Pierce 
Ross Mary A. Mrs., clairvoyant physician, house 30 Blake 
Rothwell Thomas, operative, house Oak, near Franklin 
Rowe David, house 8 Park 

Rowe Granville, machinist, house Jones, near brickyard 
Rowe Judith, widow of Nathaniel, boards 8 Park 
Rowe Leander, printer Lewiston Gazette, house- Cedar 
Rowe Orin, carpenter, boards 7 Continental block 
Rowe Seth \V\, restaurant, 39 Lisbon, house 39 Lisbon 
Rowe W. F., dentist, house at Auburn 
RoAvell Edwin W., teamster Lewiston Machine Co., house 

Wood 
Royal Augustus, clerk, boards Kilgore's, Lisbon 



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Royal George x\., section hand, house Knox, near Birch 
Royal Jesse, farmer, Main, near Greene line 
Ruel John, operative Lewiston mills, house Lincoln • 
Rugan Leonard, picker Androscoggin mill, house Lisbon 
Haggles Lorenzo S. (C. Parker & Co.), h. Bridge, n. Main 
Russell Abel, silverplater, boards Jordan's block 
Russell Cornelius, grinder Androscoggin mill, house Knox 
Russell Edmond (Oakes & Russell), physician, h. Pine, 

cor. Bates 
Russell Edmund, jr. (Knowlton, Russell & Co.), grocer, 

Main, cor. Park, house Pine, cor. Bates 
Russell Ira M., boards Mrs. Sparing's, Lisbon 
Russell Jerry, painter, house 22 High 
Russell & Powers (Ira Mi Russell and Robert E. Powers), 

spring bed factory, Bates, near Upper depot 
Rutherford James, laborer Androscoggin mill, house 9 

Androscoggin block 
Ryan Edmund, works at Andrews', near machine-shop, 

house rear Knox, near Maple 
Ryan James, operative Androscoggin mill, house rear 

Androscoggin depot 
Ryan John, operative Lewiston Bleachery, house Lincoln 
Ryan Lewis, house Jones, near Bridge 
Ryan Lewis, carpenter, boards 12 Bates block, Canal 
Ryan Thomas, laborer, house foot of Bates 
Ryan Thomas II., laborer Bleachery, boards Lincoln 
Ryan Timoth} r , operative Aurora mill, near Oak 
Ryerson Charles T., overseer yard Lewiston Machine Co., 

house o9 High 
Rynn John, laborer, house Bates, near M. C. R. R. depot 

SAMPSON" JOHN A., cigarmaker 28 Lisbon, boards 

Lisbon 
Sampson Judith A. Miss, house 7 College 
Sampson Osgood, machinist, boards Lower Main 
Samson Colby, farmer, house 35 Franklin 
Sanborn Alonzo F., job wagon, house 9 College 
Sanborn Charles M., operative, house 9 College 
Sanborn J. F., traveling salesman, house .25 Franklin 
Sanborn James S. (J. S. Sanborn & Co., Boston), tea, 

colfee, and spices, house Franklin, near Ash 
Sanborn William W., insurance agent, boards Continental 

Hotel 
Sanderson Daniel B., heelcntter, house .Summer 
Sands Edward, boards American House 
SANDS FRANCIS O., agent Lewiston mills, b. Blake, 

near Pine 
Sands Frederick B.j paymaster Hill mill, boards 40 Upper 

Main 



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LEWISTON [g] 'DIRECTORY. 97 

Sandford Eudora Miss, teacher Grammar school, boards 

Dr. Garcelon's, College 
Sargent Frederick, mason, boards 1 Frye's block 
Saunders Charles O., blacksmith, house 19 Park 
Savage Alfred C, hairdresser, boards American House 
Savage Elbridge, second hand Hill mill, boards Lisbon 
Savage Eugene, operative, house Lisbon, corner Ash 
Savage Frank A., operative Bates mill, bds. 1 Bates block 
Sawyer Eugene A., carpenter, house 7 College 
Sawyer James II., second hand, house Sabattus, n. Wood 
Sawyer James H., clerk 5 Lisbon, boards Main, near High 
Sawyer Justus B., boots and shoes, Main, near Park, 

house Upper Main, near High 
Sawyer William, mason, house Ash, near Lisbon 
Sawyer William J., machinist Bates mill, boards Pierce, 

corner Pine 
Scannell Daniel J., molder, house Lincoln 
Scannell David, yard boss Lewiston Machine Co., house 

Sabattus, corner Brooks 
Scannell David A., molder, house Knox, near Common 
Schofield Joseph, spinner, boards Pierce, near Walnut 
Schools John, laborer Blcachery, house 96 Lisbon 
Scott Christopher, operative, house Pierce, cor. Walnut 
Scott Christopher, jr., second hand Bates mill, h. Pierce, 

corner Walnut 
Scott David, manufacturer of reeds, Cross canal, h. High 
Scott James Edmund, weaver, house Pierce, cor. Walnut 
Scott John, foreman Lewiston Gas Co., house Oxford 
Scott John, section hand, house Pierce, corner Walnut 
Scott Joseph, operative Bates mill, bds. Pierce, c. Walnut 
Scribner Betsy, widow of Samuel, house 10 Hill block 
SCRIBNER BIAL II., liverystable, 33 Park, house do. 
Scribner Cyrus E., molder, boards 10 Hill block 
Scruton Fred. B., clerk, 9 Lisbon, bds. Main, cor. Sabattus 
Scruton John Y., clothing, 9 Lisbon, h. Main, c. Sabattus 
Scruton Stephen S., groceries, fish, and oysters, 3*2 Lisbon, 

house 4 College 
Sears John W., molder, house Main street Auburn 
Seavey Eben J., dresser Lewiston mills, bds. 17 Bates blk. 
Seavey Ezra B., laborer, house Birch, near Blake 
Seavey Frank A., machinist, bds. Stratton's, 77 Lisbon 
Seavey Lorenzo, section hand Lewiston mills, boards 17 

Bates block 
Sedgley Mellen, machinist, boards Lincoln block 
Severance Frank E., overseer dressing-room Continental 

mill, house Cedar, near Lisbon 
Severy Emery F., iceman, house Jones, near Bridge 
Severy John T., boards Jones, near Bridge 
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Sewell Charles E., painter Androscoggin mill, boards 87 

Bates 
Shackford Wm. A., carpenter Androscoggin mill, h. Ash 
Shackley Horace, operative Bates mill, house 2 Summer 
Shaw Regolso, barber, house 25 Franklin 
Shay Henry B., spinner Bates mill, house Lincoln 
Shedd Ward W., cardmaker, bds. Mr. Landers', Franklin 
Shechan Ann, widow of John, house Knox, near Birch 
Sheehan Dennis, operative Androscoggin mill, house foot 

of Lincoln 
Sheehan John, laborer, house Bates, near Lewiston ma- 
chine-shop 
Sheffield William, harnessmaker, boards (Hicks) Main 
Shepard John W., harnessmaker, boards Sabattus, near 

Lowell's corner 
Sherman Crosby M., section hand, house Birch, n. Knox 
Sherwood Sarah F., widow of Oliver, house Bridge 
Shirley Charles, operative Lewiston mills, boards Lincoln 

block, Main 
Shores John, laborer, house foot of Bates 
Shuman Arabine Miss, dressmaker, over steam bakery, 

Franklin 
Shuman Elbridge, carpenter, house over steam bakery, 

Franklin 
Shuman Wellington, carpenter, house over steam bakery, 

Franklin 
Shurmer Sarah Mrs., widow of John, h. Franklin, n. Ash 
Silk John, laborer, house Bates, below machine-shop 
Simmons Loring, house 12 Hill block, Canal 
Simonds Henry, operative Bates mill 
Simpson David, shoemaker, house 33 Park 
Skelton Jennie M. Miss, teacher Primary school, boards 

Ash, cor. Franklin 
Skelton Nathaniel E. (Thompson & Skelton), groceries 

and provisions, house Franklin, cor. Ash 
Skelton Richard, carpenter Androscoggin mill, h. 5 Blake 
Skelton William, farmer, Greene and AVebster road 
Skinner Carrie Miss, teacher No. 2 Main St., primary 

school, boards Mrs. Mitchell's, High 
Skinner John A. (J. A. Skinner & Co.), carriage furnish- 
ing goods, 35 Main, house 2 College 
Skinner Joseph, jobbing, house College, near Yale 
Skinner J. A. & Co. (John A. Skinner and David Graf- 

fam), carriage furnishing goods, 35 Ilaymarket square, 

Slain 
Skinner Sarah R., widow of John, house rear Sabattus, 

near Pine 
Skinner Stephen, carpenter, house Park, near Ash 
Skinner S., carpenter, boards 1C2 Lisbon 



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LEWISTON [g] DIRECTORY. 99 

Slattery Johanna, widow of Michael, house Bates, below 

machine-shop 
Slattery Michael, operative Androscoggin mill, h. Lincoln 
Slattery Patrick, laborer, house Main, opp. Lincoln 
Sleeper Charles M., shoemaker, house 11 Lowell 
Sleeper Eben II., shoemaker, boards 11 Lowell 
Sleeper Eben IL, house 9 Main 
Sleeper Fred. H. L., shoemaker, boards 11 Lowell 
Sleeper F. E., physician, house Sabattus 
Sleeper John, shoemaker, house Merrill road, near Main 
Sleeper Nathaniel, farmer, house Merrill road, near Main 
Sleeper Nathaniel H., solecutter, house Main, Barkerville 
Sleeper Nathaniel P., shoemaker, boards 11 Lowell 
Sleeper Sumner, painter and paper hanger, house Main, 

near Bridge, Barkerville 
Small Andrew J., traveling agent R. W. Hanscom & Co., 

house 20 College 
Small Dexter M., lawyer, 9 Lisbon, house 23 Park 
Small Henry G., insurance agent Continental Life, Union 

block, Lisbon, boards 23 Park 
Small James F., watchman, h. 7 Bates block, Canal 
Small James T., traveling agent, house Ward, near Vale 
Small John M., physician, house 23 Park 
Small John M., farmer, house Main, Barkerville 
Small Peter, operative Bates mill, boards Lincoln 
Small Osgood, shoemaker, house Pine, cor. Blake 
Small Thomas A., second hand Bates mill, house Knox, 

near Birch 
Small William, shoemaker, boards Lincoln block, Main 

Small , watchman Cumberland mill, house Bates 

Smart William T., clerk, 9 Lisbon, boards at Auburn 
Smiley William IL, compositor Journal office, boards 13 

Lowell 
Smith A. L. Mrs. (Mrs. A. L. Smith & Co.), 6 Lisbon blk., 

boards American House 
Smith A. L. Mrs. & Co. (Mrs. A. L. Smith and Miss Mary 

S. Marshall), millinery, 6 Lisbon block 
Smith Albert G. W., harnesstnaker, h. Water st., Auburn 
Smith A. B., shoes, boards Lincoln block, Main 
Smith Charles E., stonecutter, boards Mrs. Ames', Lisbon 
Smith Charles II., machinist, bds. Mrs. Tupper's, Lisbon 
Smith Dexter W., agent Weed Sewing machine, 13 Lis- 
bon, house at Auburn 
Smith Edward IL, telegrapher M. C. R. R., boards Mrs. 

Ambrose's, Main 
Smith George A. (McClure & Smith), steam and gas fitters, 
Main, opp. Waldron's block, bds. Tremont House 



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Smith Edwin A., student Bates College, boards Mountain 

avenue, near Main 
Smith Ilillman, lumber surveyor, house Avon, near Bates 
Smith Horatio, carpenter, house 22 Franklin 
Smith Horatio G., carpenter, boards 7 Continental block 
Smith Isaac A., fancy goods, 13 Lisbon, house at Auburn 
Smith James, house 7 Middle 

Smith John, spinner Lewiston Falls Manufacturing Co. 
Smith John, lawyer, over Thompson & Putnam's Main, h. 

39 College 
Smith John, pork, 168 Lisbon, house do. 
Smith John, boardingmaster, house Knox, near Birch 
Smith John H., spinner, house Park, near Ash 
Smith Linus, watchman Lincoln mill, h. n. Sabattus road 
Smith Lizzie M. Mrs., variety store, 161 Lisbon, house do. 
Smith Nancy, widow of Ira, boards 10 Hill block 
Smith Nathaniel D., blacksmith, Main, opposite Blake, n. 

Freewill Baptist church, house Summer 
SMITH SAMUEL J. (Smith & Peck), tailor, boards at 

Auburn, Main Hotel 
Smith Seth E. (Smith «fc Miller), carpenter, Main, n. Canal 

bridge, house 31 Ash, corner Blake 
Smith Thomas P., student, boards O. B. Cheney's, College 
Smith William, boards Park, near Pine 
SMITH & PECK (S. J. Smith and L. C. Peck), merchant 

tailors, 63 Lisbon 
Snell Walter E., carpenter, house Lowell, near Bates 
Snow Hiram, collector, house 11 Androscoggin block 
Snow John A., liverystable, house 1 Frye's block, Main 
Snow Raymond, operative, boards 162 Lisbon 
Soucie Joseph, laborer Lewiston mills, house Lincoln 
Soule Asbury E., second hand Continental mill, house 

Cedar, near Lisbon 
Spates George N., foundryman, house 19 Bates 
Spaulding John, mechanic, boards 2 Park 
Spaulding Silas C, printer Lewiston Journal office, boards 

69 Park 
Spaulding Simon, overseer in Bates mill, h. Blake, n. Birch 
Spear Christopher C, machinist, house 23 Franklin 
Spearing David, millman, house Lisbon, near Chestnut 
Spencer Henry T., overseer Androscoggin mill, house 12 

Androscoggin block 
Spencer John, second hand Bates mill, house Lincoln 
Spillam John, molder, house Lincoln, corner Chestnut 
Spillnm Maurice, groceries, Lincoln, house do. 
Spinney Palmer O., 3J Androscoggin block 
Spinney Zina II., house Blake, near Pine 
Sprague Anslem W. (Sprague & Tapley), photographer, 

house Ash, near Bates 



LEWISTON [g] DIRECTORY. 101 

Spraguo Cornelius H., peddler, house 34 Lisbon 

Sprague Frederick B. (F. B. Sprague & Co.), grocer, Upper 

Main, bouse Middle, near Lowell 
Sprague F. B. & Co. (Frederick B. Sprague, Henry Car- 

ville, and ltendell Dresser), grocers, Upper Main, near 

Park 
Sprague Sophia, widow, house Jones, near Bridge 
Sprague "William, messenger, Lewiston Machine Co., bds. 

Jones, near Bridge 
Sprague & Tapley (Anslem W. Sprague and Isaac S. Tap- 
ley), photographers, Tracy & Flint's building, Lisbon 
Spring Peleg W., carpenter, house Blake, near Pine 
Springer Eugene E., clerk, 3G Lisbon, boards do. 
Springer Isaac T., silverplater, boards Mrs. Carlton's, Lis- 
bon, near Ash 
Springer Mary, widow of John, house Blake, near Ash 
Squires Orinda, widow of Thomas, house 9 Walnut 
Stackpole Andrew, boards Lincoln block, Main 
Stackpole Andrew J., overseer Lewiston mill, h. Lincoln 
Stackpole Joseph, dyer Aurora mill, house Main 
Stamford Albion, farmer, house Nevens road 
Stanchfield George M., job printer Journal office, h. Brooks 
Stanford Joseph D., clerk Lewiston Bleachery, house East 

avenue 
Stanley Julia A., assistant Lewiston Journal office, b* 

College 
Stanley Richard C, professor Bates college, house Upper 

Main, opp. Mountain avenue 
Stanton Jonathan Y., professor Greek and Latin Bates 

college, house Upper Main 
Stanton Paul, boards Peavey's, Lisbon 
Stan wood William F., books and stationery, Central blk., 

Main, house 39 Ash 
Starbard Alonzo, operative, boards 42 Lisbon 
Starbard James, eating saloon, 5 Hilton's block, Lisbon, 

house do. 
Starbird Rufus S., painter, house Mountain avenue, near 

Main 
Steadinan Ephraim M. (E. M. Steadman & Co.), grocer, 

Pine, cor. Blake, house Blake, cor. Pine 
Steadman Ephraim M. & Co. (E. M. & J. M. Steadman), 

groceries and provisions, Lisbon, cor. Ash 
Steadman James M. (E. M. Steadman & Co.), grocer, 

Pine, cor. Blake 
Stearns Charles, operative, house 83 Bates 
Stearns Daniel M., slasher tender Androscoggin mills, 

house East avenue, cor. Old Lisbon road 
Stearns Henry, carpenter, house Birch, near Park 
Stearns Nathan K. t carpenter, house Lisbon road, above 

East avenue 



102 LEWISTON [S] DIRECTORY. 

Steele James, operative, house Bartlett, near Ash 

Steele John A., section hand Bates mill, h. Bartlett, near 

Ash 
Stephens Nathaniel, watchman Androscoggin mills, house 

Main 
Stephens Simon T., operative Lewiston mills, bds. Lincoln 
Stetson Charles B., house Chapel, cor. I^owell 
Stetson George, operative Hill mill, boards 4 Hill block 
Stetson George F., mechanic, house G3 Park 
Stetson Ida E. (Bailey & Stetson), laundry, 106 Lisbon, 

house Park, cor. Birch 
Stetson John D., attorney, 4 Journal block, Lisbon, h. do. 
STETSON JOSEPH H. (Bean & Stetson), stoves and 

tinware, house Bartlett, cor. Ash 
Stevens Alice Mrs., widow of William, house 25 Park 
Stevens .Danville P., carpenter, house Whipple, n. R. R. 
Stevens Edward E., second hand Bates mill, boards 5 

Bates block 
Stevens George E., operative Lewiston mills, house Birch, 

near Lisbon 
Stevens Jane, widow of Benjamin T., h. Brooks, n. Union 
Stevens Jesse T., contractor, house Horton, corner Ash 
Stevens John C, second hand dressing-room, Continental 

mill, house Oxford 
Stevens John W., peddler, house Main, corner Lincoln 
Stevens .Joseph A., machinist, h. foot of High, near Bates 
Stevens Nathaniel S., watchman Androscoggin mill, house 

Whipple, near Cottage 
Stevens Rufus S., machinist, house Pierce, corner Pine 
Stevens Walter A., clerk Thompson <fc Putnam's, Main, 

house East avenue 
Stevens William, second hand Hill mill, h. 27 Hill block 
Stevens William B., second hand Lewiston mills, boards 

Mr. Foss', Lincoln 
Stevens William II., architect and builder, house East 

avenue, near Old Lisbon road 
Stevenson Malcolm, fishdealer, h. rear Knox, near Maple 
Steward Joseph W., tripemaker, house Webster 
Steward Reuben, farmer, house Webster 
Steward Samuel, butcher, house Webster 
Steward Stacy, firmer, house Webster 
Stewart Edward, grinder Androscoggin mill, h. East av. 
Stewart Edwin H., operative Androscoggin mill, house 

Old Lisbon road, near East av. 
Stewart Franklin 11., carpenter Lincoln mill, house Main, 

Barkerville 
Stewart Frank M., helper Lewiston Machine Co., house 

Cottage, near Cemetery 
Stewart Henry, farmer, house Upper Main, near R. R. 



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LEWISTON [S] DIRECTORY. 103 

Stewart Michael, operative Continental mill, h. Lincoln 
Stewart Robert, second hand mule spinning, Continental 

mill, honse Island 
Stewart Wilbert, cardstripper Androscoggin mill, house 

East avenue 
Stimpson, J. S., widow of Josiah, dressmaker, 87 Lisbon, 

house 87 Lisbon 
Stinchficld Oliver D., music-teacher, h. Bates, cor. Lowell 
Stockbridge Bernice Mrs., widow of John C, house Skin- 
ner, near Wood 
Stockbridge George Herbert, student, h. Skinner, n. Wood 
Stockbridge George II., assistant Latin teacher Nichols 

Latin school, boards Skinner, near Wood 
Stockbridge Napoleon B., shoemaker, house 23 Lowell 
Stockwell Russell, farmer, house Jones, near brickyard 
Stoeble George R, operative Bates mill, house 34 Lisbon 
Stokes John, spinner Bates mill, house Lisbon 
Stokes Marshall B., machinist, bds. Mrs. Bobbins', Pierce, 

near Pine 
Stokes Wilbor, machinist, boards 1 Frye's block 
Stone Charles A., clerk DeWitt House, Pine, corner Park, 

house do. 
Stone Elmer D., lastmaker, boards at Auburn 
Stone Fred, house Main, near Lisbon 
Stone Isabella, widow of Augustus, boards Upper Main 
Stone John, spinner Continental mill, house Lincoln 
Stone Joseph W., shoemaker, house Winter 
Stone Peter, operative Bates mill, boards Lincoln 
Stone Ruel S., operative Lewiston mills, house 20 Bates 
Stone Thomas, operative Bates mill, boards Lisbon 
Stover Daniel R., watchman Bates mill, bds. G Bates blk. 
Stover Lucy A. Mrs., widow of Archibald II., house 11 

Androscoggin block 
Stover Pennell A., clerk Merrill & Co., Lisbon, boards A. 

Thompson's, Hill block 
Stowe Gardner, operative, house Pierce, near Birch 
Stowe llartwell E., section hand Bates mill, house Bridge, 

near the bridge 
Stratton Wilbur R., boardinghouse, 77 Lisbon 
Straw Jabez B., civilengineer, office Franklin Co., DeWitt 

House, house Horton, between Pine and Ash 
Streichrott Albrecht, weaver, house 78 Lisbon 
Strout Allen F., carpenter, bds. Mrs. Linscott's, 75 Lisbon 
Strout D. B., surgeon dentist, 2-J Central blk., h. at Auburn 
Strout Lester H., machinist, house 39 High 
Strout Wallace, carpenter, house 39 College 
Stuart John O., operative Continental mill, bds. 85 Lincoln 



104 LEWISTON [X] DIRECTORY. 

Sturgis Albert II., overseer dressing Lincoln mill, h. Bates, 

near Baptist chnreh 
Sturgcs Alonzo W., foreman composing-room, Journal 

office, house 19 Bates 
Sturgis J. Edgar, druggist, 77 Lisbon, house at Auburn 
Sturgis Lois Mrs., bds. Albert H. Sturgis', Bates, n. Birch 
Subran Norbeart, laborer, house Blake, near Birch 
Sullivan Dennis, operative Lewiston Blcachery, h. Bates 
Sullivan Florence, laborer Lewiston mills, house rear Con- 
tinental mill 
Sullivan Jeremiah, laborer Bates mill, house at Auburn 
Sullivan Jeremiah A., helper, house 32 Blake 
Sullivan Jerry, operative Lewiston bleachery, house High 
Sullivan John, operative Bates mill, house rear gas house 
Sullivan Mary, widow of Patrick, house High 
Sullivan Michael, operative Bates mill, boards Oxford 
Sullivan Michael J., brassfounder, boards at Auburn 
Sullivan Robert D., machinist Androscoggin mill, h. Park 
Sumner Ezra II., section hand, house Park, near Ash 
Sumner Seth, musicteacher, house Middle, near Main 
Sutherland Alexander, carpenter, boards 11 Middle 
Sutherland Robert D., machinist, house 95 Park 
Sweat J. W., clerk, 70 Lisbon, boards Main, cor. Bates 
Sweaner George, machinist, boards American House 
Sweaner William, painter, house Bates, near Main 
Sweetser Susan, widow of Charles, h. Blake, cor. Maple 
Swett Ebenezer, painter, boards Park, near Chestnut 
Swett Samuel, carpenter, h. 8 Continental block, Oxford 
Swett William, foreman Continental mill, house Park, 

corner Chestnut 
Sykes Thomas (Thomas Sykes & Son), merchant tailor, 

4 Garcelon block, Main, house 27 Pleasant, Auburn 
Sykes Thomas & Son (Thomas Sykes and Thomas E. 

Sykes), merchant tailors 
Sykes Thomas E. (Thos. Sykes & Son), merchant tailor, 

4 Garcelon block, Lower Main, h. 27 Pleasant, Auburn 
Sylvester Joseph II., shoemaker, h. Sabattus, near Horton 

TAPLEY ISAAC S. (Sprague & Tapley), photographer, 

house Park, near Ash 
Tapley Joseph II., carpenter, house Park, near Ash 
Tarbox Ben}. F., operative Lincoln mill, house East av., 

corner Skinner 
Tarbox Daniel, jr., house 15 College 
Tarbox Edwin, watchman, house Pierce, near Pine 
Tarbox Evander, carpenter, house Birch, near Bates 
Tarbox Frank A., teamster, bds. B. F. Tarbox's, East av. 
Tarbox James T., machinist, boards 15 College 
Tarbox Lavender N., machinist, house 15 College 



LEWISTON [T] DIRECTORY. 105 

Tarbox Nathaniel W., operative, house Birch, near Blake 

Tarbox Plummer C, house 32 High 

Tarbox William II., carder Cumberland mill, h. Birch, 

corner Knox 
Tarr David II., teamster, house Jones, near Bridge 
Tan* Fernando G, overseer Lewiston mills, h. 83 Lincoln 
TARR 1-IANHAH M. MRS., dress and cloak maker, 

dry and fancy goods, G7 Lisbon, boards Stratton's, 77 

Lisbon 
Tarr Isaac, farmer, house Webster 
Tarr Isaac G., operative, house 22 Franklin 
Tarr Moses, farmer, house Webster 
Tarr Phoebe, widow of James, house Jones, near Bridge 
Tarr Philip H., m older, house at Auburn 
Tarr Thomas S., dry goods, G7 Lisbon, boards Stratton's, 

77 Lisbon 
Tarr Willard, millman, house Jones, near Bridge 
Tash Albert, operative, boards J. W. Bryant's, 109 Lisbon 
Tash George, boards Lincoln block, Main 
Tash Geo. E., lastmaker, boards 5 Bates corporation 
Tash Mary J., widow of Charles, boards 77 Lisbon 
Tattersall John, pattern weaver Lewiston mills, boards 

Lincoln 
Taylor Asa, farmer, house Main, near Greene line 
Taylor Bartholomew, farmer, house Main, near Bridge, 

Barkerville 
Taylor Charles, farmer, house Main, Barkerville 
Taylor Francis E. Miss, teacher Sabattus Road school No. 

5, boards Wm. Pollister's, Sabattus road 
Taylor James, carpenter, house Main, Barkerville 
Taylor Joseph, farmer, house Merrill's road 
Taylor Minerva Miss, teacher (Auburn), boards Main, near 

Greene line 
Taylor Nathan, farmer, house Main, near Greene line 
Taylor Russell S., hairdressing saloon, 9G Lisbon, house 

82 Lisbon 
Taylor William, farmer, bds. C. Taylor's, Main, Barkerville 
Teague Barri, carpenter, boards Sabattus, near Pine 
Teague Greenleaf, house 11 Park 

Teague Hannah Mrs., widow of Isaac N., house 32 High 
Tearney Michael, operative Lincoln mill, house Blake 
Temple Ivory, fruit and confectionery, Main, opp. Lincoln 

block 
Templeton Albert L., teller First National Bank, house 

Webster, near Orange 
Templeton Andrew J., cotton mnfr. (Auburn), h. Web- 
ster, near Orange 
Think Matthew, laborer, house near machine-shop, Bates 
Thomas Charles, overseer, house 28 High 



106 LEWISTON [T] DIRECTORY. 

Thomas George W., clerk, boards 16 Bates 

Thomas John, shoemaker, boards 50 Lisbon 

Thomas Sylvanus D., mason, h. Sabattus, above College 

Thomas Charles A., machinist Bates mill, boards Lincoln 

block 
Thomas Charles W., machinist Bates mill, boards Lincoln 

block 
Thompson Abel, blacksmith, house 87 Bates 
Thompson Albert & Co., tanners and. leather dealers, 

office 178 Congress St., Boston, tannery Cross, c. Mill 
Thompson Cephas P., shoemaker, house Lower Main, 

near Bridge 
Thompson D. Frank, clerk, 1 Tracy & Flint's blk., house 

Walnut, near Pierce 
Thompson Elbridge G., fireman Lewiston mills, house rear 

Knox, near Maple 
Thompson Elbridge G., clerk, 1 Lisbon block, bds. Birch 
Thompson Isaac W. (Thompson & Skelton), groceries 

and provisions, house 80 Park 
Thompson Isaac W. (Potter, Thompson & Co.), carriage 

mnfrs., Park, near Main, house Park, near Common 
Thompson John, fireman Lewiston mills, house Knox, 

near Birch 
Thompson John F., millwright, boards 87 Bates 
Thompson John N., clerk, Lisbon, cor. Ash, boards Tre- 

mont House 
Thompson Lucy E. Mrs., dressmaker, house Milk lane, 

near Lowell 
Thompson Mercy Mrs., widow of Isaac, house Ash, cor. 

Franklin 
Thompson Samuel T., boardinghouse, 7 Continental block 
Thompson Solomon, farmer, Cross road, n. Sabattus road 
Thompson Sophia Mrs., dressmaker, 10 Lisbon , 
Thompson Theophilus (Potter, Thompson & Co.), carriage 

mnfr., Park, near Main, house 2 College 
Thompson Theophilus B. (Thompson & Putnam), agri- 
cultural implements, Main, cor. Chapel, bds. American 

House 
Thompson William, section hand Androscoggin mill, 

house Maple 
Thompson & Putnam (Theophilus B. Thompson and 

John F. Putnam), agricultural implements, Main, cor. 

Chapel 
Thompson & Skelton (J. W. Thompson and N. E. Skel- 
ton), groceries and provisions, Lisbon, cor. Chestnut 
Thorn Aaron, farmer, house Sabattus road, at junction 
Thorn Byron O., mason, house Lisbon, near Birch 
Thornton Fred., policeman, house Knox, near Birch 
Thornton John, clothes clernser, h. Bridge, n. Summer 



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LEWISTON [T] DIRECTORY. 107 

TImrlow Paschal M. (J. L. IT. Cobb & Co.), proprietor 

Cumberland mill, house Blake, corner Walnut 
Thurston Frank A., machinist Continental mill, house Ash, 

near Franklin 
Thurston Frank T., machinist, boards 10 Bates 
Thurston Frank W., machinist, boards 10 Bates 
Tibbetts Andrew J., section hand Cumberland mill, house 

21 High 
Tibbetts Clara J. Mrs., dressmaker, house 8 Maple 
Tibbetts Eugene, operative, boards 71 Park 
Tibbetts Frank, clerk, house 2 Frye's block 
Tibbetts Mark, cloth hall Bates mill, boards 11 Bates blk. 
Tibbetts Simon B., finisher Cobb mill, house 8 Maple 
Tighe Michael, spinning Lewiston Falls Mnfg. Co. 
Tilden Lemuel G., farmer, house Jones 
Tillson Ethan S., section hand Lewiston mills, 2 Conti- 
nental block 
Tilton George W\, photographer, 27 Lisbon, h. 23 Franklin 
Timberlake Lucellus E., printer Journal office, house Pine, 

corner Bates 
Tinker John II., telegraph operator, 1 Journal blk., h. High 
Tinkham Frederick A., laborer Androscoggin mill, house 

Lower Main 
TOBEY EDWARD P., city clerk, house 7 Chapel 
Tobin Alice Mrs., house Knox 
Tobin Augustus 11., laborer, boards 28 Franklin 
Tobin James, operative Lewiston Bleachery, house Knox 
Tobin John, cigar maker, bds. Alice Tobin's, Knox 
Tobin Marcellus, laborer, house 28 Franklin 
Toole Morris, picker Androscoggin mill, house Lincoln 
Toutant William, operative Lincoln mill, house Mill, n. do. 
Towle Benjamin F., baggage-master M. C. R. R., house 

Wood, corner Vale 
Towle Charlotte A. W., teacher High school, house Main, 

opposite Union 
Towle Frank F., printer, bds. Mrs. Towle's, Wood, c. Yale 
Towle George F., dentist, Lisbon, cor. Ash, boards De- 
Witt House 
Towle Susie M. Miss, dressmaker, boards 53 Franklin 
Town Charles II., clerk, 2 Hilton block, boards 5 Bates 

block, Bates 
Towne William L., operative, bds. Mr. Lander's, Franklin 
Towns Edwin F., machinist, boards Lincoln bloek, Main 
Townsond Elisha, shoemaker, boards 00 Lisbon 
Townsend James S., painter, house Tipper Main 
Tracy David, building mover, house 45 Franklin 
Tracy Einore I., farm hand at E. Cornish's, Upper Main 



108 LEWISTON [V] DIRECTORY. 

Tracy James B., groceries, provisions, crockery, &c, 1 

Tracy & Flint's block, Lisbon, house Park 
Tracy John A., groceries, &c, Main, near Bates, h. Bridge 
Tracy Mary A., widow, house Gl Park 
Trafton Waterman, farmer, house Sabattus road 
Train Davis, operative Lewiston mills, house Lincoln 
TRASK PELEG B., physician, Jones blk., Lower Main 
Trasker Frank, operative Bates mill, boards G Hill block 
Trescott George, bookkeeper Lewiston Gas Co., h. Blake, 

near Ash 
Trela David, laborer Lewiston mills, house Lincoln 
Trela John, laborer Lewiston mills, house Lincoln 
Tremcn John, machinist, house Lincoln 
Trimbach Henry, operative Bates mill, boards Lisbon 
Troche Basil, operative Androscoggin mill, house Lincoln 
Trott Ella M. Miss, teacher Intermediate school No. 2, 

boards S. Pierce's, Bates 
True Andrew T., carpenter, bds. E. True's, Cole, n. Wood 
True Charles A., carpenter, house 1G Bates 
True Eben, carpenter and soap mnfr., house Cole, n. Wood 
True Henry A., farm hand, bds. W. PL Stevens', East av. 
True John R., operative, boards 162 Lisbon 
Tucker Josiah painter, house rear 22 Bates 
Tufts John B., carriage painter, house Brooks 
Tunks James II., carriage painter, house Hodgden avenue 
Tupper Daphne, widow of James, house over James & 

Conant's store, Main 
Turner Edward, house 38 Blake 

Turner James R., sash and blind maker, house at Auburn 
Turner John, boards Lincoln block, Main 
Turner Nathan R., shoemaker, bds. W. Baker's, 5 College 
Turner William, operative Bates mill, boards Blake 
Tattle Wallace, hostler, boards 2G Franklin 
Tyler J., machinist, boards 1G2 Lisbon 

VALENTINE JAMES, bookfolder, h. rear Knox, n. Maple 

Varney James X., carpenter, house Summer 

Varney John W. (Varney & Day), baker, Franklin, near 

Main, house Sabattus, near Brooks 
Varney Robert, operative, boards 1 Frye's block 
Varney William, second hand, house Park, near Ash 
Varney & Day (John AY. Varney and T. F. Day), steam 

bakery, Franklin, near Main 
Vaughn Thomas, second hand furniture store, Lincoln, 

house do. 
Verrill Frank, farmer, Bartlett, near Maple 
Verrill Henry IT., furnaceman, house Summer st., Auburn 
Verrill Rinaldo, shoemaker, boards Lower Main 
Vickery William, boards Lincoln block, Main 



LEWISTON [W] DIRECTORY. 109 

Vining Applcton, farmer, house Webster 
Vining Mary, widow, boards 170 Lisbon 
Virgin Benjamin F., boots and shoes, 50 Lisbon, h. 20 Park 
Vogue Arthur, operative Bates mill, boards 75 Lisbon 
Vosmus Edwin W., machinist, h. I Spring St., Auburn 
Voter Allen B., machinist Lewiston mills, liouse Lincoln 
Voter Nancy, widow, boards rear Knox, near Maple 
Voter Warren, fireman Lewiston mills, house Lincoln 

WADSWORTIT ISAAC C, delivery clerk, bds. 11 Park 
Wagg Alphonzo F., weaver Continental mill, h. 26 Park 
Wagg George W., road master M. C. It. II,, office at depot, 

house at Brunswick 
Wait Charles, operative Androscoggin mill, boards Lisbon 
Waite David S. (Goodwin, Waite & Ferguson), shirt man- 
ufacturer, and (Waite & Ferguson, sewing machines), 

boards DeWitt House 
Waite & Ferguson (D. S. Waite and H. C. Ferguson), 

sewing machines, 57 Lisbon 
Waitt Ira, operative, boards 1G2 Lisbon 
Wakefield Archibald, farmer, house 01 Main 
WAKEFIELD BROS. (Seth D. and Edwin Wakefield), 

apothecaries, 72 Lisbon 
Wakefield Edwin (Wakefield Bros.), 72 Lisbon, house Gl 

Main 
Wakefield Ezekiel, carpenter, house Seminary, n. Skinner 
Wakefield John, house 2G Upper Main 
Wakefield John M., student, bds. Seminary, near Skinner 
Wakefield Seth D. (Wakefield Bros.), apothecary, Lisbon, 

house Jones block, Main 
Walch Timothy J., mason, house Lincoln 
Waldron W. H., publisher Lewiston Gazette, Waldron 

block, Main, house Main, corner Blake 
Walker Charles, house Jones, corner Bridge 
Walker Fred. W., works in drying room Bates mill, house 

Main, near Lincoln 
WALKER LAFOREST B. (S. B. Walker & Co.), gro- 
cer, 3 Jones block, Lower Main, 3G Spring, Auburn 
Walker Solomon, bleacher, house rear Knox, near Maple 
WALKER SUMNER B. (S. B. Walker & Co.), grocer, 

3 Jones block, Lower Main, 3G Spring, Auburn 
WALKER S. B. & CO. (S. B. Walker, L. B. Walker, 

and Sumner B. Walker), groceries, 3 Jones block, 

Lower Main 
Wallcy Samuel J., spinner Lewiston Manufacturing Co. 
Wallingford Herman E., clerk, boards 1G Bates block 
Walsh Daniel, laborer Androscoggin mill, house Lisbon 
Walsh William, mason, house Knox, near Birch 
Walton Herbert R., operative Bates mill, bds. Hill block 



110 LEWISTON [^f] DIRECTORY. 

Walton Jacob, operative Bates mill, boards Lincoln 
Ward Brothers (Thomas and Michael A. Ward), clothing, 

hats, &c, 42 Lisbon 
Ward Oiarles IT., operative Lewiston bleachcry, boards 

Park, near Pine 
Ward George, clerk, house Park, opp. DeWitt House 
Ward George, jr., operative, boards Park, near Pine 
Ward Henry, overseer L. P. Manufacturing Co., house 

Shawniut, near Pine 
Ward Joseph B., operative, boards Park, near Pine 
Ward Michael A. (Ward Brothers), 42 Lisbon, h. Bartlett 
Ward Thomas (Ward Brothers), 42 Lisbon, house Ash, 

corner Bates 
Ward William IT., student, house Union, near College 
Wardsworth Isaac C, baker Varney & Day, boards Mrs. 

Knox's, Park 
Ward well Miranda, widow, boards 11 Middle 
Ware Benj. L, laborer, house Upper Main 
Ware Charles, brick mnfr. Upper Main, house do. 
Ware Eleamenzo, laborer, boards Upper Main 
Ware Levi S., brick mnfr. Upper Main, house do. 
Ware Levi S. jr., brickmaker, house Upper Main 
Ware Lewis, brick mnfr. h. Upper Main, n. Mountain av. 
Warner Charles G., student Bates college, boards A. Lib- 

by's, Sabattus 
Warren Augusta B., widow of Charles O., boards Mrs. 

Folsom's, Blake, near Pine 
Warren Catherine, widow of Samuel, house Horton, near 

Sabattus 
Warren Chadbourne IT., second hand Bates mill, house 

Pierce, near Pine 
Warren Charles W., attorney, room 1 Pillsbury block, 

Lisbon, house 41 Pine 

Warren , mason, house rear 39 College 

Washburn Charles, operative, boards 6 Bates block 
Washburn Edgar W, section hand Lewiston mills, boards 

19 Lisbon 
Washburn George, overseer Lewiston mills, house 13 Park 
Washburn Jeiferson, laborer, house 09. Park 
Washburn Jno., operative, boards Park, near Ash 
Washburn John, operative Lewiston mills, boards 5 Bates 
Washburn Lucretia, widow of H. C, house Blake, near 

Pine 
Washburn Sylvester, carpenter, house Oxford 
Washburn Win., operative Hill mill, boards 13 Hill blk. 
Washburne Almont E., laborer, house Bates, near Birch 
Washburne Israel, carpenter, boards 5 Oxford 
Washburne Linus G., boards Bates, near Birch 
Waterhonse Abbie P., widow, house Knox, near Birch 



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LEW1ST0N [W] DIRECTORY. Ill 

Waterhouse Godfrey G. (Waterhouse & Mellon), proprie- 
tors DeWitt House, Pine, cor Park, residence, Island 
Pond, Vt. 
Waterliouso John M., barber, 1G2 Lisbon, house First 
Waterhouse Laforcst, spore hand Lincoln mill, boards 

Lisbon 
WATERHOUSE & MELLEN (Godfrey G. Water- 
house and George L. Mellon), proprietors DeWitt 
House, Pine, corner Park 
Watkins Charles, shoemaker, boards Lisbon, near Ash 
Watkins Charles A., operative, boards Mrs. Carleton's, 

Lisbon, near Ash 
Waterman Oliver, house 9 Androscoggin block 
Watson Aklen B., overseer Hill mill, house 15 Hill block 
Watson Eugene B., operative Hill mill, bds. 15 Hill folk. 
Watson Fred. 0., expressman, 7 Lisbon, house at Auburn 

Watson , laborer, house 2 Maple 

Waybrant Clark, operative Androscoggin mill, house rear 

Hill block 
Waybrant Fred. W., carpenter, house Bates, near Birch 
Waybrant Philip E., finisher, boards Gl Park 
Waybrant Thos. Philip, bookkeeper Androscoggin mill, 

house Bates, near Birch 
Waybrant William, painter, house Lisbon 
Webb Albert E., operative, boards 18 Park 
Webb Edward, blacksmith, house Park, near Ash 
Webb George E., blacksmith-shop, Main, head Lisbon, 

house 18 Park 
Webb George II., blacksmith Bates mill, house Union, 

near Brooks 
Webb William, machinist Bates mill, house Blake 
Webber Alpheus L., machinist, boards foot of Middle 
Webber Arzo B., operative, house Blake, near Birch 
Webber Daniel G., teamster, house Sabattus, near Brooks 
Webber John, painter, house Garcelon, near Wood 
Webber John II., painter, house Holland 
Webber Levi II., carpenter, house Court, Auburn 
Webber Otis, stonemason, boards Sabattus, near Brooks 
Webber William B., machinist Androscoggin mill, boards 

12 Androscoggin block 
Webster Dana, shoe mnfr., Lisbon, near Chestnut, house at 

Barker's mills 
Webster Joseph, farmer, house Pine, cor. Sabattus road 
Webster William Major, shoecutter, h. at Barker's mills 
Webster William, farmer, house Main, Barkcrville 
Webster William E., machinist Lewiston mills, 10 Main, 
Auburn 



112 LEWISTON HY] DIRECTORY. 

Weeks Harriet Mrs., widow of Albert, house Franklin, 

near Ash 
Weeman Richard E., carriagemaker, house Blake, n. Pine 
Welch Albion P., teamster, house Brooks, near Union 
Welch Alfred, laborer, house Brooks 
Welch Joseph A., machinist, boards Lincoln block, Main 
Welch Oliver, life insurance agent, boards 49 Franklin 
Wellman Charles, master mechanic Hill mill, h. 18 Hillblk. 
Wells Bradford, operative Hill mill, boards 13 Hill block 
Wells Francis N. Mrs., boardinghouse, 15 Lisbon 
Went William F., operative Bates mill, boards Pine 
Wentworth Caroline A., widow of Edwin O., boards 9G 

Lisbon 
Wentworth Cyprian M., overseer yard Androscoggin mill, 

house 2 Androscoggin block 
Wentworth Daniel, farmer, house Upper Main, n. R. R. 
Wentworth Mrs., widow, house Upper Main 
Wentworth William, carpenter, house Bridge 

Wentworth , works 9 Lisbon, boards at Auburn 

West Charles, spinner Lincoln mill, house Lincoln 

West Frank, section hand Bates mill 

West J. W. (West, Wing cyj Co.), marble, granite, &c, 

Bates, near Maine Central depot, house High, Auburn 
West Lewis F., mason, house Chestnut, near Park 
West Stephen H. (West, Wing & Co.), marble, monu- 
ments, &c, Bates, house High, Auburn 
West William F., section hand, boards Blake, near- Walnut 
WEST, WING is CO. (S. II. West, J. W. West, and P. 

B. Wing), marble monuments, cv;c., Bates, near Maine 

Central depot 
Westall Solomon (Westall & Morrell), file manufacturer, 

house Brooks, corner Union 
Westall & Morrell (Solomon Westall and Eben Morrell), 

file manufacturers, Franklin yard, lower Canal 
Westcott Charles, section hand, boards Lisbon, near Ash 
Westcott Henry W., loom fixer, house rear 160 Lisbon 
Wetherell Henry, operative, house Lincoln block 
Wctherill William, operative, boards 79 Lisbon 
Weymouth Charles 11., section hand Bates mill, house 102 

Lisbon 
Weymouth Cyrus C, butcher, house Upper Main 
Weymouth Francis P., second hand Androscoggin mill, 

house Blake, near Maple 
Weymouth Harriet Miss, teacher Ilorton St. Intermediate 

school, boards 56 Blake 
Whalen Patrick, foundry man, house at Auburn 
Wheelock F. B., clerk, 7 Lisbon, boards at Auburn 
Wheeler Elijah E., machinist, 10 Main, h.2 Court, c. High 
Wheeler Justice S., section hand Androscoggin mill, bds. 

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113 



Whitcomb Horace V., mailman, h. Summer, near Bridge 
Whitcomb Otis, baker, Varney & Day, house Bridge 
Whitcomb Otis W., operative, bouse Summer, n. Bridge 
White Albion P., shoe mnfr. (Auburn), house 37 High 
White Fred. II., tailor, boards DeWitt House 
White Henry, laborer Androscoggin mill, house Lisbon 
White John C, grocer Upper Main, house Main, cor. Elm 
White Joseph W., carpenter Continental mill, h. Oxford 

near Chestnut 
White Luther R., student, house 37 High [cor. Elm 

White Nellie E. Miss, bookkeeper I. C. WMte, bds. Main, 
White Robert, operative, house Blake, cor. Pine 
White R. Weston, clerk, boards Main, cor. Elm 
Whitehead David II., machinist, boards 18 Franklin 
Whitley George P., porter Androscoggin mill, bds. Lisbon 
Whitley John, operative, boards 1G'2 Lisbon 
Whittle Ollin P., operative Bates mill, house 09 Park 
Whitney Amos (Whitney & Osgood), jeweler, h. Jones 

block, Main 
Whitney Charles II., tailor, house Sabattus, near Brooks 
Whitney Ebon B., joiner, boards Lincoln block, Main 
Whitney Emcline M., widow of David, h. Lowell, n. Chapel 
Whitney James K. P., section hand, Bates mill, bds. Lisbon 
Whitney Louisa,widow of Sam'l, h. Ilorton, n. school-house 
Whitney Martin V., watchman Continental mill, boards 

at Auburn 
Whitney Samuel, shoemaker, boards 162 Lisbon 
Whitney Thomas O., carpenter, house 14 High 
Whitney Win. F., operative, bds. Mrs. Whitney's, Ilorton 
Whitney & Osgood (A. Whitney, H. A. Osgood, and C. 

IT. Osgood), jewelers, 81 Lisbon 
Whittemore Charles, house College [near Bridge 

Whitten John F., works at H. H. Dickey's, house Jones, 
Whitten Joseph L., machinist, boards Summer 
Whitten W illiam N., carpenter, house Jones, near Bridge 
Whittenham John, spinner Lincoln mill, house Lincoln 
Whittum Clara Miss, house Main, near R. R., Barkerville 
Whittum Dan, farmer, house Main, Barkerville 
Whittum Eben, beltmaker, boards Lisbon block, Lisbon 
Whittum Rodney, shoemaker, house Main, near Bridge, 

Barkerville 
Whittum Sarah Miss, house Main, near R. R. crossing, 

Barkerville 
Whittum Sargent, overseer Lewiston woolen mill, house 

10 Upper Main 
Whittum Stephen, farmer, house Main, Barkerville 
Whittum William H., clerk, 9-4 Lisbon, h. 10 Upper Slain 
WIGGIN DANIEL W., druggist, 1 Savings Bank blk., 

Lisbon, house o'l High, Auburn 
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114 lewiston [yf~J DIHECTORr. 

Wiggin Edmund D. (Pulsifer & Wiggin), groceries and 

provisions, and deputy-sheriff, 9 Lisbon, house Lisbon, 

near Chestnut 
Wilber William Y., millinery and fancy goods, 5 Lisbon 

block, Lisbon, house at Auburn 
Wilber Geo.W., pressman, 23 Lisbon, h. Cottage, cWhipple 
Wild John, fireman, boards Pierce, near Walnut 
Wilder Theodore G., assistant teacher Nichols Latin 

school, house Parker hall, College 
Wilkins Levi peddler, house Jones, near Bridge 
Wilkinson James, spinner Cumberland mill, h. Lisbon road 
Wilkinson Luke, operative Bates mill, boards Lincoln 
Willard John A., spinner, bds. Mrs. Brace's, Birch, n. Bates 
Willett George, foundryman, house 45 Lisbon 
Williams Albert, painter, boards 5 Oxford 
Williams Charles O., operative Lewiston mills, boards 2 

Continental block 
Williams Emery, peddler, house Upper Main 
Williams Lewellyn, bobbinmaker, house Park [Pierce 

"Willis Ball B., boots and shoes, 98 Lisbon, house Ash, cor. 
Willis Thomas, carpenter, house Riverside, near R. R. 
Wills Albert, section hand, boards 8 Bates block, Canal 
Wilson George, operative Bates mill, house Lincoln 
Wilson Lavinie, widow, boards 10 Bates 
Wilson Lucinda Mrs., boards 2 Park 
Wing Euphronia, widow, house Jones 
Wing Gancelo J., jeweler, house Chapel, near Main 
Wing Geo., section hand Lewiston mills, h. Bleachery hill 
Wing Houghton, operative, house Jones 
Wing John, works at Bleachery, house 10 Maple 
Wing Judson, operative, house Jones 
Wing Lyman B., clerk, boards Noble's, Lisbon 
WING P. B. (West, Wing & Co.), marble, granite, <fcc, 

Bates, near Maine Central depot, h. High, Auburn 
Winn John, operative Lewiston Bleachery, house Maple, 

corner Knox 
Winslow Abial S., canvasser, boards Park, near Chestnut 
Winslow Allen P., paymaster Androscog'n mill, h. 102 Park 
Winslow Barton II., house Park, corner Maple 
WINSLOW WILLARD, salesman 30 Lisbon, boards do. 
Wise Clias., operative Lewiston mills, h. Park, n. Common 
Wise John B., clerk, 44 Lisbon, house Pierce, near Pine 
Wise Leroy, operative, boards 42 Lisbon 
Witham Charles O., machinist, house Lowell 
Witheo David P., eating saloon, Lisbon, c. Chestnut, h. do. 
Withce Parker M., physician, 3£ Central blk., h. 4 Snbnttua 
Witherell Henry, operative Lincoln mill, boards Bates, n. 

Maine Central depot 
Witherell William, laborer, h. Bates, u. M. C. R. R. depot 



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LEWISTON [yf] DIRECTORY. 115 

Wittig Julius, weaver, house 78 Lisbon 
Wood Augustus II., sink at Bleachery, boards 4 Maple 
Wood B. Frank, clerk, bds. Daniel Wood's, Upper Main 
Wood Daniel, crockery, glass, and china, 80 Lisbon, house 

Upper Main 
Wood Edward L., clerk Lewiston Bleachery, boards De- 
Witt House 
Wood Frank, fuller, boards J. Smith's, Knox [cor. Yale 
Wood George TV., student Bates College, boards Wood, 
Wood Henry E., bookkeeper Lewiston Steam Mill Co., 

house Lisbon, over Smith & Peck 
Wood Isaac, spinner, liouse 34 Blake 
WOOD JAMES, agent Lewiston Steam Mill Co., Main, 

Haymarket square, house Wood, corner Vale 
Wood John II., boots and shoes, 90 Lisbon, house Horton, 

corner Sabattus 
Wood John jST. (Wood & Golder), coal and lumber, Mid- 
dle, near Maine C. 11. R. depot, house 11 College 
Wood Samuel O., agent Lower depot, Androscoggin 

Division mill, near Main, house 39 Spring 
Wood Samuel S., boards D. Wood's, Upper Main 
Wood Sanborn D., serge boot liinfr., Main, over Thompson 

& Putnam's, liouse Sabattus, corner Horton 
Wood Sandy, machinist, house Lowell 
Wood Sarah, widow of John, house 34 Birch 
Wood Sumner, jr., traveling agt., bds. II. Barbour's, Blake 
Wood Thomas, section hand Lewiston mills, house Blake 
Wood Warren, operative Bates mill, boards Franklin 
Wood William F., carpenter, liouse Wood, near Cole 
Woods William W., blacksmith, 19 College, house College 
WOOD &j GOLDER (John N. Wood and Isaac Golder), 

coal and lumber, Middle, near Maine C. R. R. 
Woodard Charles, operative Lewiston mills, bds. 69 Park 
Woodbury Elmer, operative Lewiston mills, house Horton, 

corner Ash 
Woodbury John F., works at Bleachery [cor. Ash 

Woodbury Leonard P. (Woodbury A: Son), house Horton, 
Woodbury Nathan (N. Woodbury & Son), dentist, house 

Horton, corner Ash 
WOODBURY NATHAN F., paymaster Lewiston mills, 

house at Auburn 
Woodbury N. & Son (Nathan and Leonard P. Woodbury), 

dentists, 6 and 7 Pillsbury blk., Pine, corner Lisbon 
Woodman Alvin, master mechanic Bates mill, house 1 

Bates block 
Woodside Elbridge G., groceries and provisions, first door 

north of Lisbon block, Lisbon, house 8 Main 



116 LEWISTON [Y-Z] DIRECTORY. 

Worcester James II., spinner Bates mill, boards W. Mc- 
Donald's Lisbon 
Worthing Russell S., second hand, bds. Blake, near Pine 
WORTHLEY W. E. G., photographer, 81 Lisbon, boards 

Mrs. Tracy's, Park 
Wright Adeline, widow of John, h. Chapel, n. American 

House 
Wright Albion S., operative, boards Mrs. Carlton's Lisbon, 

near Ash 
Wright Cephas, shoemaker, Main, near Greene line 
Wright Daniel, house Nevens road 
Wright David T., attorney, room 4A- Central block, Main, 

house College, near Vale 
Wright Frank, trimmer Bleachery, boards River road 
Wright Frank B., shoemaker, Auburn, house Chapel, near 

American House 
Wright George W., janitor Grammar school, h. Sabattus 
Wright John, shoemaker, Auburn, house Chapel, near 

American House 
Wright Leroy A., laborer, boards Elm, near Brooks 
Wright Noel It., laborer, boards Elm, near Brooks 
Wright Reuben C, laborer, house Elm, near Brooks 
Wright William R., peddler, house Pine, n. Sabattus road 
Wright YVinfield S., physician, h. Chestnut, near Park 
Wright Zebulon, farmer, Greene and Webster road, near 

Sabattus road 
Wyman Edwin M., tailor, boards 63 Lisbon 
Wyman Joseph H., operative, boards Mrs. Ames', Lisbon 

YETTEN JAMES A., mechanic, house foot of Chapel 
Yewens Harry L. Rev., house 91 Park 
Yewens Leigh T. B., clerk John Garner's, boards 91 Park 
York George, section hand Androscoggin mill, h. Lisbon 
York Jacob C, card grinding Continental mill, bds. Lincoln 
York Levi P., section hand Androscoggin mill, h. Maple 
York Nathan N., section hand Androscoggin mill, h. Knox 
YORK SAMUEL, eclectic physician, Eclectic Infirmary, 

house Lincoln 
York Virgil, crockery, glass, and wooden ware, 154 Lisbon, 

house do. 
Young David AV., jewelry and fancy goods, 80 Lisbon, 

boards DeWitt House 
Young Howard J., clerk, h. Sabattus, corner Ilorton 
Young Jerry, shoemaker, h. Chapel, n. American House 
Young John, dyer, house rear Lisbon, near Birch 
Young Men's Christian Association, Journal block, Lisbon 

ZEIGLER HENRY, operative Bates mill, bds. 5 Bates blk. 
Zeigler Patrick, operative Bates mill, house at Auburn 



LEWISTON BUSINESS 




DIRECTORY, 



EMBRACING 



A Classified JList of nil Trades, Professions, and Pursuits in 
the Oily of Lcwiitton, for the Year lS?i2, arranged Al- 
phabetically for each Trade, thus exhibiting 
at a glance the full address and Special 
ISusiness of her Citizens. 



Agricultural Implements (Heavy). 

GOSS A. L. & E. F., Main, corner Lincoln (see adv. dept., 

p. 24) 
Thompson & Putnam, Haymarket square, Main, c. Chapel 

Apothecaries. 

Barbour Horace, Lisbon, opposite Lisbon hall 

Central Drug Store, Main, corner Lisbon, G. W. Garcelon, 

proprietor 
Clark & Kilbourne, 160 Lisbon 

COOK JOHN G., 87 Lisbon (see advt. inside front cover) 
GARCELON HARVEY S., Lisbon, corner Pine (see 

advt. front cover) 
Sturgess J. E., 77 Lisbon 

WAKEFIELD BROS., 72 Lisbon (see adv. dept., p. 5) 
WIGGIN D. W., Pine, cor. Lisbon (see adv. dept., p. G) 

Architect. 

DOUGLAS CHARLES F., Savings Bank building, Lis- 
bon, corner Pine (see adv dept., p. 9) 



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LEWISTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Artists' Materials. 

DOUGLASS & COOK, 2 Lisbon (see advt. top lines on 
pages) 

Auctioneer. 

GARCELON WILLIAM F., 2 Journal block, Lisbon (see 
adv. dept., p. 4) 

Bakers. 

Huston & Boynton, 48 Lisbon 
Varney & Day, 10 Franklin, near Main 

Banks. 

ANDROSCOGGIN COUNTY SAVINGS BANK, Cen- 
tral block, Main, corner Lisbon, E. F. Packard, Pres. ; 
A. L. Templcton, Treas. (see advt.) 

FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Central block, Main, corner 
Lisbon, E. F. Packard, Pres. ; Ai Brooks, Cash, (see 
advt.) 

LEWISTON INSTITUTION FOR SAVINGS, Savings 
Bank building, J. G. Coburn, Pres.; John S. Adams, 
Treas. (see advt.) 

Beer and Pop. 

Potter Albert W., Lower Main, near Lincoln 

Billiards. 

Day Isaac C, Central block, Lisbon 
Free Henry, 79 Lisbon 

Bill Poster and Distributor. 

Hartley Thomas, Lincoln, corner Chestnut 



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Birds and Bird Cages. 

Dillingham John A., Main, corner Franklin 

Blacksmiths. 

Deering Charles II., Main, near Lowell's corner 

Doten A., Bates, nearly opposite Baptist church 

Groves Charles H., Park and Franklin 

Leavitt E. F., Main 

Morse George S., Main, near Lincoln 

Smith Nathaniel D., horse-shoer, Main, opposite Blake 

Webb George E., Main, head Lisbon 

Wood W. W., Bates, near Main 



DOUGLASS & COOK, { K ^^ D F ^£Jt^*' 

LEWISTOST BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 119 

Blank Book Manufactory. 

STANWOOD W. F., 4 Central block, Main (see adv. 
clept., p. 1) 

Bleacheries. 

CITY BONNET AND HAT BLEACHERY, S. S. 

Bailey, proprietor, Main, 1 door west dye-house (see 

adv. dept., p. 4) 
Lewiston Bleachery, J. Dempsey, agent 

Boarding. 

Bates Boarding blocks, Canal, opposite Bates mill 

Continental block, Oxford, opposite Continental mill 

Hill Boarding blocks, Canal, opposite Hill mill 

Lincoln Boarding block, Mill, corner Main 

Ames P. Mrs., Lisbon, over Conant & James' store 

Carleton L. B. Mrs., Lisbon, near Asli 

Chandler Elizabeth Mrs., 9 Hill block 

Coburn Abbie Mrs., 4 Bates block 

Conant Frank A., 10 Bates block, Canal 

Coombs Nelly Miss, 9 Bates block, Canal 

Covill Eunice Miss, 8 Bates block, Canal 

Cross Sarah Mrs., 30 Lisbon 

Daley A., 44 Lisbon 

Doyle Sarah E. Mrs., 69 Park 

Edwaras Luther, 42 Lisbon 

Farrin Sarah A., 4G Lisbon 

Flint Josiah, Lincoln block, Main, corner Mill 

Ford Marshall, 21 Park 

Getchell Ezra, 1 and 2 Continental block, Lincoln, corner 

Chestnut 
Gilbert Avanda, 3 Bates block 
Gilpatrick Orrin, 5 Oxford 
Graham George AY., 16 Bates 
Green Josiah \V\ Mrs., 8 Franklin 
Hall Albert II. Mrs., 6 Hill block 
Hitchcock Daniel W., 49 Franklin 
Hodges Julia Mrs., 29 Park 
Hunter Nancy P., 12 Bates block, Canal 
Hussey E. Miss, 16 Bates block 
Knox Ellen Mrs., 11 Park 

Lane Susan G. Miss, 5 and 6 Bates block, Canal 
Linscott Elmira Mrs., 75 Lisbon 
Maxfield George W., 11 Bates block, Canal 
McKeen Robert, 162 Lisbon 
Newbegin John, 27 Park 



120 LEWISTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Perkins Julia Miss, 11 Middle 

Peters Richard Y., 50 Lisbon 

Simmons Loring, 1 and 2 Hill block, Canal 

Smith John, Knox, near Birch 

Small James F., 7 Bates block, Canal 

Snow Hiram, 11 Androscoggin block, Canal 

Snow John A., 1 Frye's block, Main 

Sparing David, Lisbon, near Chestnut 

Stockbiidge Bernice Mrs., Skinner, near Wood 

Stratton Wilbur B., 77 Lisbon 

Sweetser S. Mrs., Blake, cor. Maple 

Swett Samuel, 8 Continental block, Oxford 

Thompson Abel, 87 Bates 

Thompson L. T., 7 Continental block 

Tupper Daphne Miss, Lisbon, over Conant & James' store 

Wells Francis S. Mrs., 15 Lisbon 

Bobbins and Spools. 

OILMAN, JOHNSON & CO., foot Cross, Canal (see 
adv. dept., p. 11) 

Books, Stationery, &c. 

DOUGLASS & COOK, 2 Lisbon block (see advt. top 

lines on pages) 
FRENCH S. G., 40 Lisbon (see advt. opp. inside front 

cover) 
STAN WOOD W. F., 4 Central block, Main (see adv. 

dept., p. 1) 
Whitney & Osgood, 81 Lisbon 

Bookbinders. 

Neal John, Journal office 

STANWOOD W. F., 4 Central block, Main (see adv. 
dept. ; p. 1) 

Boots and Shoes. 

Blouyn John, Lisbon, near Birch 

Cobb C. C, 99 Lisbon 

Cobb W. A., 34 Lisbon 

Day F. L, 5 Journal office, Lisbon 

EDWARDS THOMAS (custom made), 3d door from 

Lisbon block, Lisbon (see adv. dept., p. 14) 
Ellard George W., 9G Lisbon 
Estes H., 44 Lisbon 
Gay George, Lisbon, near Ash 
Hamilton Hiram, Main, cor. Chapel 
Lord Charles Otis, Park, nea: % Main 



LEWISTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 121 

Melcher A. S., 76 Lisbon 

Newell Charles S„ 15 Lisbon 

Perron Joseph II., Main, near Bridge 

Pressey W. E., 7 Lisbon block, Lisbon 

Sawyer J. B. (custom), Main, near Park 

Simpson David, Chestnut, near Lisbon 

Virgin B. F., 50 Lisbon 

WALKER S. B. & CO., 3 Jones block, Lower Main 

(see adv. dept., p. 8) 
Willis B. B., 98 Lisbon 
Wood John H„ 90 Lisbon 

Boot and Shoe Makers and Repairers. 

Ban-on P. H., Main 

Darling & Lydston, Main, west end Canal bridge 

Hamilton II., Main, corner Chapel 

HOLMES THOMAS, Chestnut, near Main (see adv. dept, 

p. 12) 
Simpson David, Chestnut 

Boot and Shoe Manufacturers. 

Jordan George, Lisbon, near Lisbon block 
McGillicuddy P. & Co. (serge), Main, near Lisbon 
Webster Dana, Lisbon, near Chestnut 
Wood Sanborn D. (serge), factory, Main, over Thompson 
& Putnam's 

Brass Founder. 

LOOMIS JOHN F., Ash, near Tremont House (see adv. 
dept., p. 2) 

Brick Manufacturers. 

Pettengill John II. & Son, Upper Main 

Brokers (Stock and Exchange). 

May Samuel E. & Co., 7 Lisbon 

Broker (Land.) . ." 

Nash Amrni R., house College, near Skinner 

Brooms and Broom Corn. 

Lewiston Broom Co., Maiu 

Brush Factory. 
Hardy Henry II., 3 Jones block, Main 



122 LEWISTOX BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Cabinet Picture Frames, &c. 

Elder J. G., shop Bates, opp. Free Baptist church 

Card Clothing and Belt Manufacturer. 
Noyes D. F., factory, Cross, corner Mill 

Carpenters and Builders. 

Chandler Charles B., house Eastern avenue, n. Sabattus 
Chandler Seth, Main, near Union 
FRENCH 0. W., Chapel (see adv. dept., p. 11) 
GREELEY & HODGKINS, east side Main, near Canal 

bridge (see adv. dept., p. 9) 
Noma Thomas B., Main, corner Bates 
Smith Seth E., Main, near Canal bridge 
Smith & Miller, Main 

Carpetings. 

Perkins J. W. & Co., 11 Lisbon 

TARR HANNAH M. MRS., 07 Lisbon (see advt. opp. 
inside back cover) 

Carriage Furnishing Goods. 
Skinner J. A. & Co., salesrooms, 35 Haymarket sq., Main 

Carriage Manufacturers. 

Ilackett & Weeman, Bates 

Potter, Thompson <fc Co., Park, near Main 

Skinner J. x\. & Co., Bates 

Carriage Painting. 

Ames Albert N., Bates, over J. A. Skinner & Co.'s car- 
riage ah op 

Carriage Trimmers. 

Kimball & Braley, Main, below Canal bridge 

Cement, Hair, and Lime. 

HAYES I. L. & CO., Main, cor. Blake (see adv. dept., 
p. 15) 

Cigar Manufacturer. 

Drake Cyril P., Chapel, near Main 

Cigars and Tobacco (Wholesale and Retail). 
Beacham II. II., 28 Lisbon 



DOUGLASS & COOK, { PArER ^JfiSS*™ WI *~ 

LEWISTOX BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 123 

Civil Engineers. 
READ & MOORE, Union block, Lisbon (sec adv. dept., 

P- 14) 
STRAW J. B., office Franklin Co., DeWitt House 

Cloak Maker. 

TARR HANNAH M. MRS., 07 Lisbon (see advt. opp. 
inside back cover 

Clothing. 

Cornish E., 55 Lisbon 

HOLMES V. E., 30 Lisbon (see adv. dept., p. 18) 

Morgan M., Main (second-hand) 

PITCHER ANSON, 49 Lisbon (see adv. dept., p. 12) 

Pulverman Wm., '23 Lisbon 

Richardson & Merrill, Lyceum Hall, Lisbon 

Scruton John Y., 9 Lisbon 

Ward Bros., 42 Lisbon 

Coal. 

WOOD & GOLDER, Middle, near M. C. R. R. (see adv. 
dept., p. 9) 

Confectionery. 

Barbour Chas. E., Lisbon, cor. Birch 
Dillingham John A., Alain, cor. Franklin 
Entwistle William, Franklin, near Main 
Hartley Thomas, Lincoln * 

Parker C. <fc Co., 45 Lisbon 

Constables, Detectives, and Collectors. 

Small & Snow, Central block, Alain 

Contractors and Builders. 

Furbish Albert B., shop Cross canal 

GREELEY & 1IODGKINS, east side Main, near Canal 

bridge (see adv. dept., p. 9) 
HANSON GEO., shop Cross canal (see adv. dept., p. 10) 
Norton J. P., Park, under DeWitt House 
Smith & Miller, Main, near Canal bridge 

Corsets, Hoop Skirts, 8cc. 
Dodge IT. A. Mrs., 3 Hilton's block 



124 LEWISTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Crockery, China, and Glassware. 

DAWES & CO., 5 Jones blk., Main (see adv. clept. p. 17) 
GOSS A. L. & E. P., Main, corner Lincoln (see adv. 

dept., p. 24) 
MILLS J. T., 75 Lisbon (see advt. front colored page) 
Tracy James B., 1 Tracy cyj Flint block, Lisbon 
WALKER S. B. & CO., 3 Jones block, Lower Main (see 

adv. dept., p. 8) 
Wood Daniel, 87 Lisbon 
York Virgil, 154 Lisbon 

Custom Boot Maker. 

HOLMES THOMAS, Chestnut, near Lisbon (see adv. 
dept., p. 12) 

Custom Shirt Maker. 

Goodwin Frank C, 38 Lisbon 

Dentists. 

Fillebrown Thomas, Lyceum block, Lisbon 
Strout D. B., Lisbon 
Towle George F., Lisbon, corner Ash 
Woodbury & Son, rooms 6 and 7 Fillsbury block, Lisbon, 
corner Pine 

Dining Halls and Restaurants. 

Central Dining Hall, M. C. Hatch, prop., 5-J Central block, 

Main 
Hibbert J. II., 79 Lisbon 
Jones & Hicks, lower Main, opp. Lincoln 
Feavey Jacob B., 19 Lisbon 

Railroad Dining-hall, A. J. S. Keen, prop., Main, c.Mill 
Rowe S. W., 39 Lisbon 
Withee D. P., Lisbon, corner Chestnut 

Doors, Sash, and Blinds. 

GREELY & IIODGKINS, east side Main, near Canal 
bridge (see adv. dept., p. 9) 

Dress and Cloak Making. 

Barron Lydia Miss, 3 Hilton block 

Barrows M. A., 170 Lisbon 

BRECK ELIZABETH MRS., 94 Lisbon (see adv. dept., 

p. 12) 
Briggs Pamelia Mrs., Lincoln 
Brown Rosa S. Mrs., 1 Bates block 
Bryant E. E. Mrs., 109 Lisbon 



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125 



Burgess Eliza H. C. Miss, 31 Lisbon 

Basse Ellen II., 12 Androscoggin block 

BUTLER M. E. MISS, room 5 Pillsbury block (see adv. 

dept., p. 14) 
Coleman U. B. Mrs., 21-J- Lisbon (see adv. dept,, p. 7) 
Daley Bertha Mrs., 44 Lisbon 
Dresser Nellie A. Mrs., Lincoln, opp. school-house 
Dunton Annie Mrs., Lisbon, near Chestnut 
Fuller & Thompson, Milk lane, near Lowell 
Gamage Eliza, 37 Ash 
Garcelon O. D. Miss, 102 Lisbon 
Glines Mary E. Mrs., 21 Lisbon 
Hazelwood Jane Mrs., Lowell, near Bates 
Hill Susan Mrs., Bridge, next the bridge 
Ilodgkins Francina Miss, Cottage, near Riverside 
Jones Emma A., Sabattus, opp. Wood 
Keene Mary \., Lincoln, near Main 
LEMONT J. T. MRS., 53 Lisbon (see adv. dept., p. 17) 



Leavitt J. A. Miss, 1 Lisbon 

Litchfield II. A. Mrs., 13 Lisbon 

LOMBARD A. MRS., Chestnut, near Lisbon hall (see 

adv. depti, p. 4) 
Maguire B. A. Mrs., Lisbon, near Ash 
Maguire Bridget, boards Ash, cor. Bates 
Maxwell Eva Mrs., Lisbon, cor. Birch 
McCoster Annie Mrs., 1 Continental block 
Merrill J. R. Mrs., Lisbon, near Lisbon block 
Morgan Margaret Mrs., boards Mrs. Duckworth's, Pierce 
Newell Clara E. Miss, 15 Lisbon 
Newell L. M. Miss, Lisbon, over Tracy's store 
Prentice Elvira Mrs., Sabattus, near Brooks 
Pullen S. Mrs., 78 Lisbon 
Reaton Alice Miss, 5 College 

Sherman Arabine Miss, over steam bakery, Franklin 
Smith Lizzie M., 164 Lisbon 
Sprague Elmira, 34 Lisbon 
Squires Orinda, 9 Walnut 
Stimpson J. S. Mrs., 87 Lisbon 
TARE HANNAH M. MRS., G7 Lisbon (see advt. opp. 

inside back cover) 
Thompson Sophia Mrs., 10 Lisbon 
Tibbctts Clara J. Mrs., 8 Maple 
Towle Sue M. Miss, room 8, Pillsbury block, entrance on 

Pine 
Ward W. II. Mrs., house Union, near College 

Drugs and Medicines. 

Barbour Horace, Lisbon, opposite Lisbon hall 
GARCELON HARVEY S, Pilsbury block (see advt. 
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Sturges J. Edgar, 77 Lisbon 

WAKEFIELD BROS., 72 Lisbon (see adv. dept., p. 5) 
WIGGIN DANIEL W., 1 Savings Bank block, Lisbon 
(see adv. dept., p. G) 

Dry Goods. 

Bowe Hiram, 1 Hilton's block, Lisbon 

Buckman Moses, 110 Lisbon 

Cole George E., 5 Lisbon 

Dutton N. W., Lisbon 

Flint George II., 2 Tracy & Flint's block, Lisbon 

FRIEDMAN J. & CO., 17 Lisbon (see advt. inside back 

cover) 
Garcelon O. D. Miss, 102 Lisbon 
GARNER JOHN & CO., 4 Hilton's block, Lisbon (see 

adv. dept., p. 10) 
Goddard & Raul, 94 Lisbon 
Herri ck K. G. & Co., 96 Lisbon 
Jordan A. K. P., 31 Lisbon 
Parkman E. A. Mrs., 3 Lisbon block, Lisbon 
PERIIAM A. S., 51 Lisbon (see advt. opp. title-page) 
Perkins J. AY. & Co., 11 Lisbon 
Rodick John A. & Co., 4 Lisbon block, Lisbon 
TABU HANNAH M. MRS., 07 Lisbon (see advt. opp. 

inside back cover) 

Dye House. 

Gould Edwin W., Main, 2d door from Canal bridge 



Eating Saloons. 

Clark John S., 8 Lisbon block 

Excelsior Dining-hall, Jones tfc Hicks, proprietor 

Main, opposite Lincoln 
Hibbert John, 79 Lisbon 
Starbird James, 5 Hilton's block, Main 
Withce D. P., Lisbon, corner Chestnut 



s, Lower 



Electrical Infirmary. 

YORK S., superintending physician, Lincoln (see adv. 
dept., p. 7) 

Express Companies. 

EASTERN EXPRESS COMPANY, J. F. Boothby, 

agent, 7 Lisbon (see adv. dept., p. 25) 
Kennebec & Boston, Little & Bean, proprietors, 77 Lisbon 



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Fancy Goods (Wholesale). 
Hanson R. W., Central block, Main 

Fancy Goods. 

Austin A. R., 82 Lisbon 

Back man Moses, 110 Lisbon 

BOOTHBY SAMUEL, 86 Lincoln (see adv. dept., p. 14) 

COOK JOHN G., Lisbon, corner Ash (see advt. inside 

front cover) 
Darrah L. C, 32 Lisbon 
Ehrenfried George, 20 Lisbon 
FRIEDMAN J. & CO., 17 Lisbon (see advt. inside back 

cover) 
GARNER JOHN & CO., Lisbon (see adv. dept., p. 10) 
Gay George, Lisbon, near Ash 
Guptill O. II. Mrs., Mitchell's block, Lisbon 
Jones Barn urn, Lisbon, near Ash 
Jordan L. Miss, 16 Lisbon 
LANDERS N. IL, 4 Pillsbury block, Pine (see advt. 

front colored page) 
LEMONT J. T. MRS., 53 Lisbon (see adv. dept., p. 17) 
Lyon James B., 78 Lisbon 
Smith Isaac R., 13 Lisbon 
TARR HANNAH M. MRS., 67 Lisbon (see advt. inside 

back cover) 
Young D. AV., 80 Lisbon 



Feathers. 
Perkins J. W. & Co., 11 Lisbon 

File Manufacturers. 

Westall & Morrell, Franklin yard, lower canal 



Fish Dealers. 

CITY MARKET, E. Keen, jr., prop., Lower Main, cor. 

Lincoln (see adv. dept., p. 15) 
Dailey Joseph D., 107 Lisbon 
MERRILL IL O. & CO., Lisbon, near Birch (see adv. 

dept., p. 7) 
Merriman & Co. (I. C. Merriman and Seth Chandler), 

Park, near Main 
Scruton S., 32 Lisbon 



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Flour, Grain, Meal, Feed, &c. 

BOOTH SAMUEL, 8G Lincoln (sec adv. dept., p. 14) 
Ham J. B. & Sons, 33 Hay market square, Main 
WALKER S. B. & CO., 3 Jones block, Lower Main 
(see adv. dept., p. 8) 

Fruit and Confectionery. 

Bryant James, Main, opp. Lincoln block 
Gurney J. M., 36 Lisbon 
Morton Sarah Mrs., 52 Lisbon 
Moulton Solon W., Lisbon, near Birch 
Robinson George W., 3G Lisbon 

Furniture. 

Allen & Maxwell, Lisbon, opp. Lisbon block 
Blake L. L. & Co., Main, cor. Franklin 
Bradford, Conant & Co., Main, near the bridge 
Vaughn T. (second hand), Lincoln 
York V., 154 Lisbon 

Furs. 

LONGLEY J. P., 113 Lisbon, cor. Pine (see adv. dept., 
p. 18) 

Gas and Steam Fitters. 

McClure & Co., Main 

Gas Light Company. 
Lewiston Gas Light Co., J. P. Gill, treasurer 

Gents' Furnishing Goods. 

Bailey J. S., 10G Lisbon 

FRIEDMAN J. & CO., 17 Lisbon (see advt. inside back 

cover) 
Goodwin Frank C, 38 Lisbon 
HOLMES V. E., 30 Lisbon (see adv. dept., p. 18) 
LANDERS NATHAN 1L, 4 Pillsbury block, Pine (see 

advt. front colored page) 
PITCHER ANSON, 49 Lisbon (see adv. dept., p. 12) 
Pulverman William, 23 Lisbon 
RICHARDS & MERRILL, 23 Lisbon (see advt. opp. 

title-page) 
Scruton John Y., 9 Lisbon 
SMITH & PECK, 03 Lisbon (sec adv. dept., p. 11) 

Glass (Cut and Stained.) 
COOK, JAMES M, 131 Congress (see adv. dept., p. 38) 



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Gold Plater. 
PIANO VER THOMAS, Main, corner Mill 

Grist Mills. 

Bradley & Morton, Mill, opp. Lincoln mill 
Ham J. B. & Sons, foot Cross canal 

Granite. 
Dix & Hancock, Bates, near M. C. R. R. 

Grocers. 

Auger J. & A., Lincoln 

BENSON E. E. & CO., Lisbon, opp. Lisbon hall (see 

adv. dept., p. 2) 
Blanchard J. K., Main, near Middle 
Blanchard J. K., Bates, corner Lowell 
BOOTH SAMUEL, 86 Lincoln (see adv. dept., p. 14) 
Callahan T., 7 Lincoln 
Collins William, Lincoln 
Conturier B. H., Lincoln 
Cummings S. A. Main, near Franklin 
Daly A. & Co., 5 Central block, Main 
Day, Nealey & Co., Main, corner Bates 
Dunham Lucius C, Main, corner Franklin 
Egan Michael, Lincoln 
GARNER JOHN & CO., 152 Lisbon (see adv. dept., p. 

10) 
Ham & Dwelley, Barker's mills 
HAYES I. L. & CO., Main, cor. Blake (see adv. dept., 

P- 15 ). ... 
Hilton William K., 1 Lisbon block, Lisbon 

James & Conant, 6th door from post-office, Lisbon 

Jordan J. M. & F. L., Mitchell's block, Lisbon 

KEEN ELISHA, Jr., lower Main, cor. Lincoln (see adv. 

dept., p. 15) 

Kennedy Patrick F., Lisbon, corner Birch 

Knowlton, Russell & Co., Main, corner Park 

Litchfield Benjamin, Main, corner Bates 

Mitchell James D., Lisbon, corner Cedar 

Morrison & Brown, 1 Park 

Pendexter & Hayes, 2 Hilton's block, Lisbon 

Pulsifer & Wiggin, Lisbon, below Lisbon block 

Richardson & Andrews, Main 

Scruton S., 32 Lisbon 

Spillane M., Lincoln 

Spraguc F. B. & Co., Uppei\Main 

Steadman E. M. & Co., Lisbon, corner Ash 

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130 LEWISTOX BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Thompson & Skelton, Lisbon, corner Chestnut 
Tracy James B., 1 Tracy & Flint's block, Lisbon 
WALKER S. B. & CO., 3 Jones block, Lower Main 

(see adv. dept., p. 8) 
White I. C, Upper Main, near Park 
Woodside E. G., next Lisbon block, Lisbon 

Guns and Pistols. 

NASON CHAS. F., Main, near Bridge (see adv. dept., 
p. 15) 

Hacks. 

Caswell & Hinkley, stable, Franklin, near Main 

Hair Dressers. 

Coffin Harry A., 1 Pine, Pillsbury block 

CRANSHAW ROBERT (ladies), Lisbon, 2d door above 

Pine (see advt. opp. contents) 
Davis Oliver, corner Main and Park 
HARRIS & DONNELL, Lisbon, cor. Main (see adv. 

dept., last white page) 
Jewell James L., Main, next Bridge 
Lake & Rollins, Lisbon, near Ash 
Lothrop W. L., Main, near Bates 
Maxneld Wallace, 27 Lisbon 
Taylor Russell S., 96 Lisbon 
Waterhouse John M., 162 Lisbon 

Hair Work Manufacturer. 

CRAXSHAW ROBERT, Lisbon, 2d door above Pine 
(see advt. opp. contents) 

Hardware and Cutlery. 

Day Hi & Co., Main, cor. Middle 

Owen & Little, 25 Lyceum block, Lisbon 

Harness Makers. 

Atkinson J. Milton, Chapel, opp. American House 
Covell John W., Main, near Franklin 
Kimball & Braley, Main, below Canal bridge 

Hats, Caps, and Furs. 

Cornish E., 55 Lisbon 
Getchell A. L. & P. P., 46 Lisbon 

LONGLEY J. P., 113 Lisbon, cor. Pine (see adv. dept., 
p. 18) 



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PITCHER ANSON", 49 Lisbon (see adv. dept., p. 12) 

Pulverman William, 23 Lisbon 

RICHARDS & MERRILL, 23 Lisbon (see adv. dept., 

opp. title-page) 
Scruton John Y., 9 Lisbon 
Ward Brothers, 42 Lisbon 

Horse Clipping. ^ 

Gilbert Roscoe G., 7 Park 

Hotels. 

CONTINENTAL HOTEL, P. W. Dill & Son, prop'rs 
Chapel, near Main (see adv. dept., p. 3) 

DeWITT HOUSE, Pine, corner Park, Waterhouse & 
Miller, prop'rs (see adv. dept., p. 16) 

TREMONT HOUSE, O. W. Harlow, prop'r, 85 Lisbon 
(see advt.) 

Human Hair. 

CRANSHAW ROBERT, 111 Lisbon (see advt. opp. 

contents) 
TARR HANNAH M. MRS., 67 Lisbon (see advt. opp. 

inside back cover) 

Ice. 

MORSE S. C. & CO., Chapel, near Lowell (see adv. 
dept., p. 3) 

Insurance Agents. 

Chamberlin William M., 55 Lisbon 

DUNLAP CHAS. F. (Travellers), Lyceum block, Lisbon 

(see adv. dept., p. 24) 
GARCELON WM. F., 2 Journal block, Lisbon (see adv. 

dept., p. 4) 
Hall Andrew, 3 Pillsbury block, corner Pine and Lisbon 
Hall D. E., general agent Continental Life Ins. Co., Union 

block, Lisbon ^ 

Holman D. H., Central block, LisboiT 
Purinton S. O., general agent Security Life, Savings Bank 

building, Lisbon, corner Pine 
Sanborn & Bryant, Savings Bank block 
Thompson & Putnam, Haymarket square, Main, c. Chapel 
Welch O., Savings Bank block 
Wright David T., room 4^ Central block, Main 



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Jewelry and Watches. 

DOUGLASS & COOK, 2 Lisbon block (see aclvt. top 

lines on pages) 
Drew George A. & Co., 83 Lisbon 
McDuffee J. XL, 2 Savings Bank block, Lisbon 
Whitney & Osgood, 81 Lisbon 
Young D. W., 80 Lisbon 

Job Wagons. 

COLE S., Lisbon, above Chestnut (see adv. dept., p. 6) 
Vaughn T., Lincoln 

Junk Stores. 

Coburn Freeman, Lower Main, near Lincoln 
Wright Robert, Main 

Kitchen Furnishing Goods. 

GOSS A. L. & E. F., Main, corner Lincoln (see adv. 
dept., p. 24) 

Ladies' Furnishing Goods. 

Clark Emma A. Mrs., 100 Lisbon 

Daggett II. T. Mrs., 59 Lisbon 

FRIEDMAN J. & CO., 17 Lisbon (see advt. inside back 

cover) 
Guptill O. IT., Lisbon 
LANDERS NATHAN II., 4 Pillsbury block, Pine (see 

advt. front colored page) 

Last Manufacturer. 
Leavitt E. M., 1 Cross Canal 

Laundry. 

Bailey & Stetson, 106 Lisbon 

Lawyers. 

Conant Charles S., Central block 
Cornish A. D., Union block, Lisbon 
Frye & Cotton, rooms over First National bank, Main 
Luce Enos T., 9 Lisbon 
Ludden M. T., Central block, Lisbon 
May S. & J. W., Garcelon's block, Main 
Morrill William F., Savings Bans: block, Lisbon 
Pulsifer A. M., 9 Lisbon 

Record & Hutchinson, Savings Bank building, Lisbon, 
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Small Dexter M., 9 Lisbon 

Stetson J. D., Journal block, Lisbon 

Warren Charles W., office, room 1, Pillsbury block, Lisbon 

Wright David T., room 44 Central block, Main 

Leather Manufacturer. 

DICKEY H. H., Main, near Guard Locks (see adv. dept.? 
p. 13) 

Lime, Cement, and Plaster. 

Ham J. B. & Sons, 33 Haymarket square, Main 

Locksmith. 

Raymond G. W., 36J Lisbon 

Loom Harness Manufacturer. 

JOYCE EDWARD, Lincoln, rear Hill mill (see adv. 
dept., p. 15) 

Lumber. 

Bearce S. R. & Co., Main, near Guard Locks 
Lewiston Steam Mill Co., James Wood, agent, office Hay- 
market square, Main 
WOOD & GOLDER, Middle, near Maine Central depot 
(see adv. dept., p. 9) 

Machine Stitching. 
COLEMAN U. B. MRS., 21 % Lisbon (see adv. dept., p. 7) 

Machinists. 

Lewiston Machine Co., opposite Maine Central depot 
Wheeler Elijah E., 10 Main 

Manufacturing Companies. 

ANDROSCOGGIN MILLS, J. W. Daniclson^gent 
Aurora Mills, D. Cowan, agent, Mill, opp. Lincoln Mill 
Bates Manufacturing Company, C. I. Barker, agent 
CONTINENTAL MILLS, E. S. Davis, agent (see advt.) 
Cumberland Mills, J. L. IT. Cobb & Co., proprietors 
FRANKLIN COMPANY, N. W. Farwell, agent, under 

DeWitt House (see advt.) 
GILMAN, JOHNSON & CO. (bobbins, spools, &c), 

foot Cross canal (see adv. dept., p. 11) 
Hill Manufacturing Co., J. G. Coburn, agent 
Lewiston Falls Manufacturing Co., office c. Main and Mill 
LEWISTON MACHINE CO., opp. M. C. depot (see 

advt.) 



134 LEWISTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

LEWISTON MILLS, I. O. Sands, agent (see advt.) 
LEWISTON STEAM MILL CO., James Wood, agent, 

office Ilaymarket square, Main (see adv. dept., p. 8) 
LINCOLN MILL, Mill st., E. S. Davis, agent (see advt.) 

Marble, Granite, &c. 

WEST, WING & CO., Bates, near Maine Central depot 
(see adv. dept., p. 11) 

Markets (City). 

KEEN E., Jr., prop., Lower Main, cor. Lincoln (see adv. 
dept., p. 15) 

Mason, Contractor, and Builder 

Norton Jotharn P., office De Witt House 

Meats. 

CITY MARKET, E. Keen, jr., prop., Lower Main, cor. 
Lincoln (see adv. dept., p. 15) 

WALKER S. B. & CO., 3 Jones block, Lower Main 
(see adv. dept., p. 8) 

Millinery. 

Bailey R, IT. Mrs., 65 Lisbon 

Blake Annie M. Mrs., 2d door from Lisbon block, Lisbon 

Folsom R. F. Mrs., 71 Lisbon 

Gardner D. W. Mrs., 31 Lisbon 

Herrick K. G., Lisbon 

LEMONT J. T. MRS., 53 Lisbon (see adv. dept., p. 17) 

Lowry M. & J. Misses, 69 Lisbon 

Lyon James B., 78 Lisbon 

Page George R., 3 Lisbon 

Plummer Theodorc 3 Lisbon, near Ash 

Read M. S. Miss, 1 Lisbon 

Smith A. L. Mrs. & Co., 6 Lisbon block 

Wilbor William Y"., 5 Lisbon block 

Musical Instruments. 

Ballard Levi W., Woods' block, Lisbon 
Coleman M. B. Mrs., 21 Lisbon 

Music Teachers. 

Fullonton Ida II., house 47 Main 
Sumner Seth, Middle, near Main 



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\ Newspapers. 

LEWISTON ADVERTISER, editor and proprietor, 

George A. Callahan 
LEWISTON EVENING JOURNAL, N. Dingley, jr. 

& Co., proprietors and publishers, 2 Journal block, 

Lisbon (see adv. dept., p. 2) 
LEWISTON GAZETTE, W. II. Waldron, editor and 

publisher, Waldron's block, Main 
LEWISTON WEEKLY JOURNAL, N. Dingley, jr. 

& Co., proprietors and publishers, 2 Journal block, 

Lisbon 

Newspapers and Periodicals. 

STANWOOD W. F., 4 Central block, Main (see adv. 
dept., p. 1) 

Notary Public. 

May John W., Garcelon's block 

Notions, &c. (Wholesale). 
Hanscom R. W. & Co., 3 Central block 

Oroide Plater. 
HANOVER THOMAS, Main, corner Mill 

Painters (House, Sign, and Fancy). 

Clark & Bissell, Lower Main, opp. Lincoln block 
GAMAGE & CIIADBOURN, Lower Main, near Bridge 

(see adv. dept., p. 9) 
HALL I. R., Franklin, near Main (see adv. dept., p. 6) 
Hartwell G. G. (sign and window shades), 5 Journal blk., 

Lisbon 
RICHARDSON HALSEY H., Main, cor. Bates (see 

adv. dept., p. 8) 

Paints, Oils, and Varnishes. 

Day II. & Co., Main, cor. Middle 
Owen & Little, 25 Lyceum block 

Paper Hangings. 

DOUGLASS & COOK, 2 Lisbon block (sec advt. top 

lines on pages) 
FRENCH S. G., 40 Lisbon (see advt. opp. inside front 

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LANDERS N. II., 4 Pillsbury block (see advt. front col- 
ored page) 
MILLS J. T., 75 Lisbon (see advt. front colored page) 

Perfumery, Toilet Articles, &c. 
Wig-gin Daniel W., 1 Savings Bank block, Lisbon 



Photographers. 

Androscoggin Photograph Rooms, C. B. Conant, prop., 

Pillsbury block, Lisbon 
Curtis & Crosby, Lisbon, cor. Ash, over post-office 
lie wins J. A., 83 Lisbon 
Messer A., Lisbon 

Rideout Nelson R., Chestnut, near Lisbon 
Sprague & Tapley, Lisbon 
Tilton George W., 27 Lisbon 
WOETHLEY W. E. G., 81 Lisbon (see adv. dept., p. 5) 

Physicians. 

Barrows Harvey (botanic), 170 Lisbon 

Bradford Herbert C. (horn.), Pine, cor. Franklin 

Brown S. B. Mrs. (botanic), Oak, near Franklin 

Burbank Alcander, (alio.), 40 Pine 

Donovan J. A. (alio.), over Wakefield Bros, store, Lisbon 

Edgccomb Eli, 87 Lisbon 

Farr George. AY. (botanic), 9 Middle 

Frye A. S., Lisbon 

Garcelon & Hill, Lisbon, cor. Pine 

Harlow Roscoe L. (alio.), 1 Lisbon block, Lisbon 

Harmon Byron R., 17 Park 

Horr Orrin A., Pine, coiner Blake 

Mason Sclina D. Mrs., 9 Park 

Murray J. W. (alio.), 80 Lisbon 

Oakes & Russell, Wood's block, Lisbon 

Russell Ricker R,, 4 Savings Bank building, Lisbon, cor. 

Pine 
Ross Mary A. Mrs. (clairvoyant), 36 Blake 
Russell Edrnond, Bates, cor. Pine 
Sleeper F. E., office Sabattus 
Small John M., 23 Park 
TRASK B. P. (hom. and eclec), Jones' block, Lower 

Main (see adv. dept., p. 17) 
Wcdgood Milton C, 24, Park 
Withee Parker M. (eclec), 3.V Centraf block 
Wright Winfield S., Chestnut, near Park 
YORK SAMUEL, Electrical Infirmary, Lincoln, (seeadv. 

dept., p. 7) 



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Pianos and Organs. 

Bullard Levi W., Wood's block, Lisbon 
Coleman M. B. Mrs., 21 Lisbon 
Nash John, 5J Central block, Main 



Picture Frames, &c. 

DOUGLASS & COOK, 2 Lisbon block (see advt. top 

lines on pages) 
Elder J. G., Bates, near Main 
FRENCH S. G., 40 Lisbon (see advt. opp. inside front 

cover) 

Pipe Coupling. 

Abbott's Patent Pipe Coupling Manufacturing Co., Cross 
canal 

Planing and Molding Mills. 

JORDAN, FROST & CO., foot Cross canal (see adv. 

dept., p. 7) 
LEWLSTON STEAM MILL CO., James Wood, agent, 

office Haymarket square, Main (see adv. dept., p. 8) 
MORSE O. B. & CO., foot of Cross canal (see adv. dept., 

p. 5) 

Plater (Gold, Silver, and Oroide). 
HANOVER THOMAS, Main, corner Mill 

Pop Beer Manufacturer. 

Barbour Charles E., Lisbon, corner Birch ] 

Pork Dealer. 

Smith John, 168 Lisbon v 

Printers (Book and Job). 

CALLAHAN GEORGE A., Union block, 9-J- Lisbon (see 

adv. dept., p. 4) 
JOURNAL PRINTING HOUSE, N. Dingley, jr., & Co., 

proprietors, 2 Journal block, Lisbon (sec adv. dept., 

p. 2) 
LEWLSTON GAZETTE, W. IT. Waldron, editor and 

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Provisions. 

Auger J. & A., Lincoln 

BENSON E. E. & CO., Lisbon, opposite Lisbon ball (see 

adv. dept., p. 2) 
BOOTH SAMUEL, 86 Lincoln (see adv. dept., p. 14) 
Callaban T., 7 Lincoln 
Collins William, Lincoln 
Couturier B. PL, Lincoln 

GARNER JOHN & CO., Lisbon (see adv. dept., p. 10) 
Hilton William K., 1 Lisbon block, Lisbon 
James & Conant, Gth door from post-office, Lisbon 
Ivnowlton, Russell & Co., Main, corner Park 
Lord J. C. & R., Lisbon, corner Cedar 
Pendexter & Hayes, 2 Hilton block, Lisbon 
Pulsifer & Wiggin, Lisbon, below Lisbon block 
Steadman E. M. & Co., Lisbon, corner Ash 
Thompson & Skelton, Lisbon, corner Chestnut 
Tracy James B., 1 Tracy & Flint's block, Lisbon 
WALKER S. B. & CO., 3 Jones' block, Lower Main (see 

adv. dept., p. 8) 
Woodside E. G., next Lisbon block, Lisbon 

Railroad Contractors. 

MANEY P. & SONS, Main, opposite Catholic church 

(see adv. dept., p. 10) 
Read & Parker, Union block, Lisbon 

Ready Made Clothing. 

RICHARDS & MERRILL, 23 Lisbon (see advt. opp. 
title-page) 

Real Estate Agent. 

GARCELON WILLIAM F., 2 Journal block, Listfon 
(see adv. dept., p. 4) 

Reed Manufacturer. 

Scott David, Cross Canal 

Restaurants. 

(See Dining Saloons.) 

Saddlery Hardware. 
Skinner J. A. & Co., Main 



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Sash, Doors, and Blinds. 

Dexter R., foot Cross canal 

GREELY & HODGKINS, east side Main, near Canal 

bridge (see adv. dept., p. 9) 
Smith S. E., Main, near Canal bridge 



Goodrich J., Main 



Saw Filer. 



Saw Mills. 



LEWISTON STEAM MILL CO., James Wood, agent, 
office Ilaymarket square, Main (see adv. dept. p. 8) 

School and Academy. 

Nichols Latin School, Skinner, cor. Seminary, Lyman G. 
Jordan, principal 

Sewing Machines. 

Allen Ansel, 4^- Central block 

Bailey J. S., 106 Lisbon 

FULLER, CONNER & CO., 61 Lisbon, Singer & Elias 

Howe (see advt. opp. title-page) 
Needham Jonas, 100 Lisbon 
Smith Dexter W., 13 Lisbon 
TARR HANNAH M. MRS., 67 Lisbon (see advt. opp. 

inside back cover) 
Waite & Ferguson (Wheeler & Wilson and Findings), 

57 Lisbon 

Sewing Machine Repairer. 
Smith D. W., 13 Lisbon 

Sheet Music. j 

Coleman M. B. Mrs., 21 Lisbon 

Shirt Manufacturer. 

Goodwin, Waite & Ferguson, 57 Lisbon 

Shoe Tongue Manufacturers. 

FULLER, CONNER & CO., Main, over Thompson & 
Putnam's (see advt. opp. title-page) 

Sign Painter. 
KEENE O. S., 2 Jones' block, Main (sec adv. dept., p. 13) 



140 LEWISTON BUSINESS DinECTORY. 

Silver Ware. 

Adell E. T., 40 Lisbon 

DOUGLASS & COOK, 2 Lisbon (see aclvt. top lines on 

pages) 
MILLS J. T., 75 Lisbon (see aclvt. front colored page) 

Silver and Gold Plater. 
HANOVER THOMAS, Main, corner Mill 

Soap Makers. 

Harris D. C, Webster, near Pine 

Libby Samuel N., Orange, near Sabattus road 

Spring Bed Factory. 

Russell & Powers, shop Bates, near upper depot 

Stables (Livery and Boarding). 

CARR & CO., Franklin, rear DeWitt House (see adv. 

dept., p. 16) 
Clark Charles T., Park, near Pine 
FURBUSH GEO. W., Ash, rear of Tremont House (see 

adv. dept., p. 17) 
Gilbert Roscoe G., 7 Park 
LANE OLIVER P., 18 Park, near Main (see adv. dept., 

p. 5) 
Linnell J. T. & Co., Park, near Main 
Nevens Charles F., Main, corner Bates 
Raymond George F., Franklin, near Main 
Read Henry A., 8 Park, near Main 
SCRIBNER RIAL II., 33 Park (see adv. dept., p. 18) 
Snow John A., Chapel, opposite American House 

Stairs, &c. 

Jordan, Frost & Co., foot Cross canal 
Morse O. B. <fc Co., foot Cross canal 

Stationery. (t ^ 

FRENCH S. G., 40 Lisbon (see advt. opp. inside front 

cover) 
Jones Barnum, Lisbon, near Ash 
LANDERS NATHAN IT., 4 Pillsbury block, Pine (see 

advt. front colored page) 

Stencil Cutter. 

Raymond G. W., 36J Lisbon 

Stoves, Tinware, &c. 
Bartlett O. & G., 10 Lisbon 
BEAN & STETSON, 47 Lisbon (see adv. dept., p. 13) 



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Donnell & Osgood, 105 Lisbon 

GOSS A. L. 4 E. F., Main, corner Lincoln (see adv. 
dept., p. 24) 

Surveyors (Land). 

READ & MOORE, Union block, Lisbon (see adv. dept., 
p. 14) 

Tailors (Merchant). 

RICHARDS & MERRILL, 23 Lisbon (see advt. opp. 

title-page) 
SMITH & PECK, 63 Lisbon (see adv. dept., p. 11) 
Sykes Thomas & Son, 4 Garcelon block, Lower Main 

Tailoresses. 

Gilbert Martha A., Sabattus, corner Horton 
LOMBARD A. MRS., Chestnut, near Lisbon Hall (see 
adv. dept., p. 4) 

Tanners. 

Thompson Albert & Co., office 178 Congress street, Bos- 
ton ; factory, Cross, corner Mill ; II. I. Holland, agent 

Teachers (Music). 

Bullard Levi W., 73 Lisbon and Wood's block 

Tracy Julia A. Miss, boards W. II. Ward's, Union, near 

College 
True Chas. A., Summer, near Riverside 

Telegraph Office. 

Western Union Telegraph Co., 1 Journal block, Lisbon 

Toys. 

Austin A. B., 82 Lisbon 

FRIEDMAN J. & CO., 17 Lisbon (see advt. inside back 
cover) ^ 

Trucking, Jobbing, &c. 

'MANEY P. & SONS, Main, opposite Catholic church 
(see adv. dept., p. 10) 

Trunks and Valises. 

HOLMES V. E., 30 Lisbon (see adv. dept., p. 18) 
LONGLEY J. P., 113 Lisbon, corner Pine (see adv. dept., 

p. 18) 
PITCHER ANSON, 49 Lisbon (see adv. dept., p. 12) 
Pulvermau AY., 23 Lisbon 



142 LEWISTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Upholsterers. 

Allen & Maxwell, Lisbon, opposite Lisbon block 

Variety Stores. 

Buckley John E., 158 Lisbon 

Hazen Mary A., Lincoln 

Mottran Jam esV'Lin coin, near Main 

Wilber W. Y., Chestnut, near Bates block 

Watches, Jewelry, &c. 

Adell E. T., 46 Lisbon 

Drew George A. & Co., 83 Lisbon 

Felt A.. 2 Lis-bon block 

Hall D.'G., 73 Lisbon 

OSGOOD II. A. & SON (wholesale), 81 Lisbon (see adv. 

clept., p. 12) 
Whitney & Osgood, 81 Lisbon 

Watchmaker and Repairer. 

Mothran James, Lincoln 

Wig Maker. 

CRANSIIAW ROBERT, Lisbon, 2d door above Pine 
(see advt. opp. contents) 

Window Shade Painter. 

KEENE O. S., 2 Jones' block, Lower Main (see adv. clept., 
p. 13) 

Window Shades. 

DOUGLASS & COOK, 2 Lisbon (see advt. top lines on 

pa^es) 
FRENCH S. G., 40 Lisbon (see advt, opp. inside front 

cover) y 

MILLS J. T., 75 Lisbon (see advt. front colored page) 

Wood. 

MORSE S^O.#C6., Chapel, near Lowell (see adv. dept., 

p. 3) 
WOOD & GOLDER, Middle, near M. C. R. R. depot (see 

adv. dept., p. 9) 

Wooden Ware. 

York Virgil, 151 Lisbon 



MISCELLANEOUS DEPAETMEIT. 




Government of the City of Lewiston, 1872. 



Mayor, DAVID COWAN. 

Aldermen, Ward 1, John F. Putnam ; Ward 2, Wm. F. 
Garcelon; Ward 3, C.I. Barker; Ward 4, E. S. Davis; 
Ward 5, Cyrus Greely; Ward 6, Wm. S. Rogers ; Ward 
7, II. B. Bartlett. 

City Clerk, E. P. Tobie. 

Councilmen, Ward I., A. M. Jones, Joseph II. Day, 
Alonzo E. Jackson ; Ward 2, Geo. A. Callahan, Benjamin 
Litchfield, Ai Brooks; Ward 3, Abial Daley, Nathaniel 
E. Skelton, P. P. Getchell; Ward 4, H.C.Bradford, O. 
M. Maxwell, Lineus Cheetham; Ward 5, J. G. Coburn, 
N. II. Lougee, Horace C. Little; Ward G, Bichard J>kel- 
ton, Benj. A. Bailey, David Pheteplaee ; AVard 7, John 
Goss, Wm. F. Morrill, John S. P. Ham 

Cleric of Council, D. Horace Holman. 



JOINT STANDING COMMITTEES. 

On Finance, Tho Mayor; Alderman, E. B. Davis; 
Councilman, Geo. A. Callahan, J. G. Coburn, A. M. Jones. 

On Accounts, Alderman, C. I. Barker; Councilmen, Ai 
Brooks, Joseph II. Day. 



144 LEWISTON" DIRECTORY. 

On Public Property, Aldermen, Wm. S. Rogers, John 
F. Putnam ; Councilmen, Benj. Litchfield, Richard Skel- 
ton, J. S. P. Ham. 

On Streets, Highways, Bridges, cDc, The Mayor ; 
Alderman, II. 13. Bartlett; Councilmen, J. S. P. Ham, 
Horace C. Little, II. C. Bradford. 

Drains and Sewers, Aldermen, William F. Garcelon, 
William S. Rogers; Councilmen, A. M. Jones, Benjamin 
Litchfield, Abial Daly. 

Fire Department, Aldermen, Cyrus Greely, H. B. Bart- 
lett ; Councilmen, Benj. A. Bailey, N. R. Lougee, P. P. 
Getchell. 

Schools and School-houses, Aldermen, C. I. Barker, 
Cyrus Greely; Councilmen, J. G. Coburn, David Phete- 
place, Wm. F. Morrill. 

Engrossed Bills and Ordinances, Aldermen, John F. 
Putnam, William F. Garcelon ; Councilmen, O. M. Max- 
well, N. E. Skelton, Alonzo E. Jackson. 

Printing, Alderman, William F. Garcelon ; Councilmen, 
Richard Skelton, O. M. Maxwell. 

STANDING COMMITTEES OF ALDEKMEN. 

Police, Mayor, E. S. Davis, John F. Putnam. 

Elections, II. B. Bartlett, William F. Garcelon, Cyrus 
Greely. 

Licenses, C. I. Barker, Wm. S. Rogers, Wm. F. Garcelon 

STANDING COMMITTEES OP COUNCIL. 

Contingent Expenses, John Goss, Alonzo E. Jackson, 
David Pheteplace. 

Elections and Returns, L. Cheetham, P. P. Getchell, 
John Goss. 

Pules and Orders of Council, A. M. Jones, J. G. Co- 
burn, B. A. Bailey. 

Joint Pules and Orders, A. M. Jones, J. G. Coburn, B- 
A. Bailey. 



LEWISTON MUNICIPAL COURT. 

Court-room, City buildings, Lisbon street. 

Judge, A. K. P. Knowlton. 
Clerk, Everett A- Nash. 



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ORGANIZATION OF THE SCHOOL BOARD. 

For the school year commencing Sept. 1st, 1871, and 

closing Sept. 1st, 1872. 

COMMITTEE. 

Ward 1, *Abial M. Jones, David T. Wright ; Ward 2, 
*M. T. Ludden, Nelson Dinglcy, jr.; Ward 3, *C. I. Bar- 
ker, P. McGillicnddy; Ward 4, *A. D. Thorn, Samuel 
York ; Ward 5, * Josiah G. Coburn, E. M. Ilaynes ; Ward 
6, *P. N. Dexter, Menander Dennett; Ward 7, * William 
H. Stevens, J. P. Gill. 

President, N. Dingley, jr. 

Secretary and Corresponding Secretary, Thomas Tash^ 

Superintendent of Schools, Thomas Tash. 

NEW MEMBERS. 

Term of office commences Sept. 1st, 1872, expires Sept. 
1st, 1874. 

Ward 1, L. G. Jordan ; Ward 2, J. G. Elder ; Ward 3, 
J. L. Hayes ; Ward 4, D. II. Holman ; Ward 5, J. G. Co- 
burn ; Ward 6, P. N. Dexter ; Ward 7, Isaac Goddard, jr. 

Regular meetings of the Board at the superintendent's 
office, the first Saturday evening of each month; of teach- 
ers, Friday evening previous, at 7 J o'clock. 

SCHOOLS AND TEACHERS. 

May, 1872. 

Higii School, Upper Main, near Sabattus, Principal^ 
Wm. II. Lambert ; Assistants, Misses Eva Bartlett, C. A. 
W. Towle, and II. E. Gilman. 

Grammar School, Horton, corner Ash. Principal, J. 
3. Barrell ; Assistants, Misses Edith E. Wiggin, M. J. 
Ham, A. A. Allen, M. E. Glidden, M. O. Lord, E. M. Bal- 
kam, S. C. Gilman. 

Ungraded School, Miss M. C. Hunter. 

INTERMEDIATE SCHOOLS. 

Grammar School Building (1st class), L. G. Melcher. 
Oak Street (1st class), M. Rogers. 
Bates Street (1st class), R. J. Day. 
Bates Street (2d class), E. L. Burnham. 

*Term of office expires Sept. 1st, 1872; remaining members hold over until 
Sept. 1st, 1873. 

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146 lewiston Directory. 

Bates Street (2d class), IT. C. Weymouth. 
Oak Street (2d class), E. M. Reed. 
Lincoln Street (2d class), E. M. Trott. 

PRIMARY SCHOOLS. 

Main Street (1st class), C. A. Skinner. 
Oak Street (1st class), A. W. Ham. 
Bates Street (1st class), H. E. Emery. 
Lincoln Street (1st class), S. C. Frank. 
Mill Street (1st class), N. G. Ham. 
College Street (2d class), A. E. Skinner. 
Oak Street (2d class), D. F. James. 
Bates Street (2d class), E. J. Clark. 
Bates Street (2d class), S. J. Barker. 
Lincoln Street (2d class), Mrs. II. M. Bagley. 
Main Street (3d class), M. I. Pettengill. 
• Bridge Street (3d class), J. M. Skelton. 
Oak Street (3d class), Sarah F. Boothby. 
Bates Street (3d class), 1ST. F. Reed. 
Bates Street (3d class), C. L. Barrell. 
Lincoln Street (3d class), J. E. Bryant. 
Lincoln Street (3d class), A. W. Skelton. 
Lincoln Street, Gas house (3d class), C. E. Holland. 

RURAL SCHOOLS. 

1. Barker's mills, Ida A. Dunn. 

2. Jackson district, E. F. Quimby. 

3. College road, Annie M. Libby. 

4. Thome district, L. E. Bixby. 

5. Sabattus road, F. E. Taylor. 

6. No Name pond, Olive D. Tarr. 

7. Sabattusville, E. W. Bixby. 

8. Scribner district, G. A. Carville. 

9. River road, D. C. Jackson. 

10. Pine Woods district, F. A. Blcthen. 

11. Ferry district, A. R. Crowell. 

12. Ciough district, M. E. Libby. 



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13. Rose hill, E. E. Bixby. 

14. Rose bin, F. E. Dickey. 

15. Lisbon road, Ellen Clark. 



LEWISTON FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

Chief Engineer, L. C. Peck ; 1st AssH Engineer, Cyrus 
Greely; 2d AssH Engineer, I). S. Fitzgerald; 3d AssH 
Engineer, William E. Pressey ; 4th AssH Engineer, N. R. 
Lougee. 

Lewiston Engine Company, No. 1, Park, near Ash. 
Charles F. Cleaves, Foreman ; IT. C. Daly, 1st AssH Fore- 
man ; Edward Washburn, 2d AssH Foreman; W. B. 
Keen, Clerk. 

Hook and Ladder Company, No. 1, Chapel street- 
J. A. Dillingham, Foreman ; Theophilus Thompson, 1st 
AssH; Lewis Corvill, 2d AssH ; Oliver Welch, Clerk. 

Androscoggin Steamer Company, No. 3, Bates street. 
I. C. Downs, Engineer ; D. M. Gilpatrick, AssH Engineer ; 
J. S. Randall, Fireman ; M. L. Pressy, Foreman Hose ; 
J. D. Btibier, AssH Foreman / II. D. Weeks, Clerk. 

Liberty Steamer Company, No. 4, Franklin street 
R. D. Sutherland, Engineer ; F. A. Thurston, AssH En- 
gineer ; Seth Chandler, jr., Fireman ; John French, Fore- 
man Hose ; C. C. Kelley, AssH Foreman ; G. A. Wright, 
2d AssH Foreman ; D. J. Hayes, Clerk. 



CHURCHES. 

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, 

Bates, near Birch Sts. 

JPastor, E. M. Haynes; Deacons, Stephen Davis, Wm. 
R. Wright, P. N. Dexter, A. P. Winslow; Clerk, C. W. 
Dennett. 

This church was organized on the 3d of June, 1847, 
with twenty-five members. It now has a membeiship of 
nearly three hundred. The few at the beginning wor- 
shiped in an old school-house, with "gaping walls" and a 
" rotten floor ; " their successors meet in a large commodi- 
ous edifice of modern construction. The society hasimilt 



148 LEWISTON DIRECTORY. 

three meeting-houses, the first in 1848. It stood oh. Lin- 
coln street, and cost about $1,000. The second was 
erected in 1853, on the corner of Main and Lisbon streets. 
This was a substantial brick structure, and is now occu- 
pied by the Second Methodist Society. The house of 
worship now occupied by this society was commenced in 

1869, finished at a cost of $54,000, and dedicated May 18, 

1870. This edifice is located on Bates street, head of 
Spruce, at the south-east corner of the Park, which it 
commands, on a spacious lot 150 feet front, and 200 feet 
deep. It is buit of brick, with granite trimmings, and 
pressed brick beltings, laid in black cement, and has a 
seating capacity of between seven and eight hundred. 
The wood-work inside is entirely of black walnut, highly 
polished, with ceilings frescoed and tinted in a manner 
which admirably relieves the dark effect of the wood. 
The style of the building is English Gothic, the entire 
interior and exterior bearing out this structural idea, from 
the foundation to the top of turrets and spire, and from 
the floor to the apex of the roof. This Gothic expression 
extends to church furniture, pulpit, and organ. All in all, 
this society has one of the most beautiful and commodious 
church edifices in the State. 

In the twenty-five years of the society's history, it has 
had four pastors, Rev. George Knox, who was one of the 
council at its recognition, commenced his labors as pastor 
in August, 1847, and resigned January, 1860. Mr. Knox 
was immediately succeeded by Rev. N. M. Wood, d. d. 
Dr. Wood closed his labors March 31st, 1866. The third 
pastor, Rev. George W. Hohnan, commenced his labors in 
July following, and resigned Nov., 1868. The present 
pastor commenced his labors in April, 1869. 



FREE BAPTIST CHURCH. 

Main Street. 

Pastor, William II. Bo wen ; Deacons, A. M. Jones, E. 
P. Tobie, W. L. Badger, L. W. Gilman ; Clerk, W. L. 
Badger ; Parish Committee, A. K. P. Knowlton, A. P. 
White, A. E. Frost, N. Howard, J. James ; Superintendent 
Sabbath School, Thomas L. Augell. 

Church organized 1838. 

Present number, 225. Resident members, 190. 



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FREE BAPTIST CHURCH. 

Organized 1859. 

Pastor, Rev. E. N. Fern aid ; Clerk, John V. Noyes; 
Deacons, Allen Porapilly, William Libby, John Rolfe, A. 
F. Dolley; Chorister, Seth Sumner; Sextons, R. F. Foss, 
Arbu Truiant; Treasurer, James Hutchinson. 

First Pastor, Rev. S. N. Tufts, from 1859 to 1863 ; Rev. 
A. R. Moulton, 1863 to 18G6 ; A. II. Heath, 18G6 to 1870. 

Church membership, 190. 

Siqjerintendent Sabbath School, R, M. Jordan. 

Number scholars, 170. 

PINE STREET FREE BAPTIST CHURCH. 

Lewiston, Me. 

This church was organized in January, 1869, composed 
of 55 members. Its house of worship was dedicated Dec. 
9, 1869. Officers of the church : 

Pastor, Rev. J, S. Burgess ; Deacons, Noah Litchfield 
and J. B. Sawyer ; Treasurer, James Wood, Esq. ; Collec- 
tor, A. P. Conant; Trustees, R. E. Patterson, James 
Wood, E. Clark, O. G. Douglass, and John Given ; Super- 
intendent Sunday School, John Given, Esq. 

MAIN STREET M. E. CHURCH. 

Pastor, II. D. Abbott; Trustees, S. R. Bearce, William 
Robinson, Warren S. Butler, II. T. Spencer, Geo. Nevens ; 
Stewards, S. R. Bearce, W. S. Butler, Wm. Robinson, J. 
Mace, J. W. Quimby, IT. T. Spencer, James Cobb, S. 
Hicks, Geo. A. Drew; Pec. Steioard, W. S. Butler; Dis- 
tributing Steward, William Robinson; Class Leaders, 
Joel Nevens, II. Smith, J. Richardson. 

Superintendent of Sunday School, Joseph W. Quimby. 

V- 

PARK STREET METHODIST CHURCH. 

Park, near Ash. 

Pastor, Rev. Charles J. Clark ; Trustees, B. T. Emery, 
S. D. Thomas, Charles L. Oliver, Joseph Miller, J. K. 
Blanchard, Daniel Wood, John Oaks,j,George Washburne, 
S. I. Abbott; Class Leaders, John Oaks, Joseph Miller, 
8. E. Smith, Joseph Purmcnter, William Miles, S. T. 
Record ; Organist, Frank B. Wood ; Stewards, t$. T. Eme- 
ry, E. Cornish, Niah Hinkley, Daniel Lucas, J. K. Blanch- 
ard, J. W. Cofren, II. A. Osgood, E. M. Steadman, A. J. 
Gardner ; Sexton, John Oaks. 



150 LEWISTCm DIRECTORY. 

TRINITY" CHURCH (Episcopal). 

Park, corner Ash. Organized 1854; 

Rector, Rev. Harry L. Yewens ; Senior Warden, James 
P.Gill; Junior Warden, Freeman Bradford; Treasurer, 
IT. Willard Bryant. 

PINE STREET CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. 
Pine, corner B^es street. 

Organized August 8, 1854, with 42 members. First 
pastor, Rev. Uriah Balkam, D. D. Worshipped in Jones' 
hall previous to erection of chapel, which was dedicated 
Nov. 16, 1855. Present church edifice erected in 1867 on 
the site of the old chapel. Present membership, 288. 

Dastor, Rev. Francis F. Ford, installed June 22, 1871; 
Deacons, Simeon II. Murray, William J. Burnham; Clerk, 
Fred. B. Sands; Parish Committee, John W. Danielson, 
J. L. H. Cobb, William J. Burnham. 

250 members Sabbath school ; Superintendent, William 
J. Burnham. 

BATES STREET UNIVERSALIST SOCIETY. 

Society organized 1858. Church built 1865. 

Sexton, D. W. C. Harris ; Supt. Sabbath School, Dr. 
Harlow ; Clerk, O. D. Blake ; Treasurer, Dr. G. F. Towle ; 
Trustees, C. P. Wellman, C. II. Perkins, D. B. Jones. 

SECOND ADVENT SOCIETY. , , 
Instituted, August, 1866. \\ 

Elder, I. C. Welcome; Deacon, Samuel Litchfield; Ad- 
vising Committee, James Tracy, S. Litchfield, B. F. Bailey. 

There are now about fifty members to the society. 

Meetings are held regularly every Sunday at *2£ and 1\, 
at 3|- Central block. 

Social meetings, Tuesday and Saturday evenings, at 1\ 
o'clock. Seats free. 

ST. JOSEPH'S CHURCH (Roman Catholic). 
Main, near Bates street. 

Built-in 1870. Architect, P. C. Keely. 

Priest's residence, corner Bates and Main. 
Pastors, Rev. Michael Lucy and Rev. II. E. Gillan. 



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ST. MARY'S FRENCH CANADIAN CHURCH 

(Roman Catholic). 

Lincoln street. 

Pastor, Peter Heavey. 

A French church is in process of construction upon 
Ash street. 



MASONIC. 

LEWISTON COMMANDERY K. T., NO. 6. 



F. I. Day, K C; F. O. Sands, G.; R. M. Sykes, C. G. ; 
A. Callahan, Pre*,; E. M. Leavitt, S. W. ; A. K. P. 
Knowlton, J. W. ; William J. Burnham, Treas. ; M. E. 

D. Bailey, Pec. ; J. F. Putnam, St. Beaver ; J. II. Stetson, 
/Sword Bearer • Ai Brooks, Warder ; John N. Wood, R. 

E. Hathaway, George McClure, Guards • G. W. AVright, 
Sentinel. 

Regular conclaves, Masonic Hall, New Savings Bank 
block, fourth Thursday in each month. 

DUNLAP COUNCIL OF ROYAL AND SELECT 
MASTERS. 

Charter dated, May 4th, 18G4. 

Officers.— F. I. Day, T. I.JSL; M. E. D. Bailey, P. L 
31.; I. G. Curtis, Z M. ; John F. Putnam, Secretary. 

Stated meeting, second Tuesday in January, April, 
July, and October. 

KING HIRAM ROYAL ARCH CHAPTER. 
Carlos Nudd, II. P. 

ASHLAR LODGE, No. 105. 
Chartered Nov. 5, 18G0. 

Officers,— I, C. Downcs, W. M. ; A. E. Frost, S. IF ; 
W. W. Sanborn, J. W. ; J. F. Putnam, Secretary ; II. II. 
Dickey, Treasurer. 

Regular communication, every Monday evening on or 
before the full of the moon. 



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RABONI LODGE, No. 150. 

Officers.— A. K. P. Knowlton, W. 31.; F. N. Emery, 

Secretary. 



ODD FELLOWS. 

ANDROSCOGGIN LODGE, No. 24. 
Chartered, 1846. 

Officers.— J. L. Peabody, JST. G. ; C. C. Frost, V. G.; 
C. F. Dunlap, 11. Sec; J. M. Stead man, P. Sec. • James 
Dingley, Treasurer. 

Meets every Monday evening, in Odd Fellows Hall, 
Union block. 75 members. 

MANUFACTURERS AND MECHANICS LODGE, 

No. 62. 

Chartered March 19, 1853. 

Officers.— P. N. Dexter, JST. G. ; N. Snow, V. : Gi; P. 
O. Spinney, E. S.; E. J. Riker, 1\ S. ; J. T. Small, Treas. 

Meets every Wednesday evening at Odd Fellows Hall, 
Union block. 135 members. 

WOROMBUR ENCAMPMENT, No. 13. 
Chartered April 27, 1848. 

Officers.— W. F. Garcelon, C. P.; C. C. Frost, II. P.; 
Fred. Kelly, S.W.; II. Snow, J.W.; N. T. Spencer, 
Scribe ; N . Morrill, Treasurer. 

Meets first and third Tuesdays of each month, at Odd 
Fellows Hall, Union block. GO members. 

FIDELITY LODGE, No. 4. Deguee of Reijekaii. 

Chartered, 1870. 

Meets second and fourth Thursday evenings, at Odd 
Fellows Hall, Union block. 



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y 
KNIGHTS OP PYTHIAS. 

INDUSTRY LODGE, No. 2, K. P. 

Instituted May 5, 1871. 

Officers.— L. Cooper, V P.; F. R. Perkins, W. C. ; C. 
O. Collins, V. C; E. H. Knowles, 11. S.; D. T. Mitchell, 
F. S.; J. J. Davis, IF P.; IT. C. Real, W. G.; O. E. 
Barker, I. S.; L. II. Rowe, 0. S. 

Regular conventions every Friday evening, at Pythias 
Hall, Union block, Lisbon. 



G. A. It. 

KNOX POST, No. 9. 
Lewiston, Me. 

Officers. — Commander, Hiram Snow; Senior Vice 
Commander, T. A. Eastman ; Junior Vice Commander, 
G. E. Bartlctt; Chaplain, D. P.Lowell; Quarter-master, 
J. A. Skinner ; Adjutant, A. N. Ames ; Officer of the Day, 
John Davis; Officer of the Guard, John Perkins; Ser- 
geant Major, Charles Seavey ; Quarter-master Sergeant, 
C. Stowc. 

Meet at G. A. ITall, corner Lisbon and Pine Streets, 
Thursday evening of each week. 



TEMPERANCE SOCIETIES. 

UNITED LODGE, No. 13, I. O. G. T. 

Officers.— Thomas B. Mennealey, IF C. T. ; Miss 
Lizzie Hervey, IF. V. T.; William Sanderson, IF. S. 

Meetings every Wednesday evening, at G. A. R. Hall, 
Pillsbury block, Main, corner Pine. 

LEWISTON WASHINGTONIAN REFORM CLUB 

Officers. — President, L. C. Peck ; Vice-presidents, Da- 
vid Cowan, George A. Drew, George G. Ilartwell, E. S. 
Davis, J. Y. Scruton, P. McGillicuddy, and J. W. Murray ; 
Secretary, W. D. Pennell ; Cor. Secretary, Geo. A. Chand- 
ler; Treasurer, Horace C. Little ; Executive Committee, 
L. G. Jordan, S. B. Parmenter, C. P. Wellman, F. O. 
Sands, B. W. Getchell, W. D. Pennell, N. Dingley, jr., 
and Benjamin Litchfield. 



154 LEWISTOX DIRECTORY. 

ASSOCIATIONS, COMPANIES, &c. 

LEWISTON Y. M. C. A. 

Organized Apr. 15, 1867.' Incorporated the following 
Winter. 

Officers. — President, George W. Garcelon ; Vice- 
presidents, Samuel B. Parmenter, W. F. Marshall, L. G. 
Jordan* P. N. Dexter, Eben Seavey, H. T. Spencer ; Cor- 
responding Secretary, Fred. B. Sands ; Recording Secre- 
tary, J. G. Richardson ; 'Treasurer, A. L. Templeton ; 
Directors, F. W. Cobb, J. W. Parmenter, Nelson Howard, 
George II. Pilsbury, John Giveen, J. T. Cobb. 

Rooms, Journal block, Lisbon street, open each evening 
and well supplied with books and papers for the use of all 
who choose to avail themselves of the privilege. Prayer- 
meetings at the rooms at 9 o'clock a. m. and 7-J o'clock 
p. m., Sabbath, also at the different Corporations every 
Monday evening. Sociables occur Friday evening follow- 
ing the last Thursday of each month. The Association 
supports a city missionary and librarian. 

MANUFACTURERS AND MECHANICS LIBRARY 
ASSOCIATION. 

This Association was established in 1860. The library 
contains some 3,500 volumes, composed of works from the 
best authors of Agriculture, Biography, History, Travels, 
Voyages, Poetry, Fiction, &c. 

Rooms in Lisbon block ; entrance first door in the north 
end. Rooms open Wednesday and Saturday afternoons 
and evening, from 2 to 5, and from 7 to 9 p. m, 

President, N. Dingley, jr. ; Vice-president, J. S. Barrell ; 
Recording Secretary, D. Cowan ; Corresponding Secreta- 
ry, Thomas Tash ; Treasurer, J. W. Danielson ; Librarian, 
J. G. Elder. 

Number of life members, 100. Number of volumes, 
4,500. 



MERCHANTS AND MECHANICS LIBRARY 
ASSOCIATION. 

President, Thomas Tash ; Vice-president, Dr. A. Garce- 
lon ; Treasurer, J. W. Danielson ; Recording Secretary, 
D. Cowan; Corresponding Secretary, C. B. Stetson; Di- 
rectors, Thomas Tash, Dr. A. Garcelon, 1). Cowan, C. B. 
Stetson, J. G. Elder; Lecture Committee, A. K. P. 
Knowlton, W. II. Lambert, C. B. Stetson ; Librarian, J. 
G. Elder; Library Committee, Thomas Tash, J. G. Elder, 
C. B. Stetson. 



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YOUNG MEN'S PROGRESSIVE CHRISTIAN 
UNION. 

Reading Room, Lyceum Block, Lisbon. 

RIVERSIDE CEMETERY COMPANY. 

Incorporated in 1857, containing about forty acres, on the 
east bank of the Androscoggin River. 

.President, John M. Frye; Secretary and Treasurer, 
T. B. Thompson ; Jltoiayers, Samuel Haley, George Bean, 
T. B. Thompson, S. D. Thomas. 

ANDROSCOGGIN MUSICAL SOCIETY. 

Incorporated October 25, 18GG. 

Board of Trustees. — President, A. D. Lockwood ; 
Vice-preside) d, Freeman Newhall; Treasurer and Sec- 
retary, R. C. Pennell; T. Fillebrown, A. H. Crafts, T. D. 
Thorn, II. Dinsmore ; 1st Conductor, R. C. Pennell ; 
2d Conductor, A. B. Crafts ; Pianist, Mrs. F. F. Ford ; 
Librarian, Herbert Parker. 

Rehearsals Monday evening, in the rooms of Y. M. C. 
A., Journal Block. 



STAGE DIRECTORY. 

TURNER STAGES.— Stage leaves Auburn Depot 
and Elm House for West Auburn, North Auburn, Turner, 
North Turner, and Livermore, daily, on arrival of cars 
from Boston, and connects with train for Portland and 
Boston. Passengers forwarded to Canton. 

Stage leaves Lewiston and Auburn for East Auburn, 
East Turner, North Turner Bridge, Livermore Center, to 
Livermore Falls, every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday 
at 10 a. ii. Returning, leaves Livermore Falls for the 
above places every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 
G:30 a. m., arriving in season for the train AVest. 

Buckfield Express leaves for North and West Auburn, 
East Hebron, and Buckfield, at 4 p. m. Returning, leaves 
Buckfield at G a. m. 

Mechanic Falls Stage leaves Elm House at 1 p. m., 
daily, calls at Hotels in Lewiston at 12. Arrives from 
Mechanic Falls at 9 a. m. . 



156 BANKS IN LEWISTON." 

__ — — 

The First National Bank 



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ijcwstfravi ^3g* 



CAPITAL, $400,000-00. 

SURPLUS, $100,000.00. 

E. F. PACKARD, President. 

SAMUEL R. BEARCE, - - - Vice President. 

A! BROOKS, Cashier. 

ALBERT L. TEMPLETON, - Teller. 
FRANK W. PARKER, - - - -Bookkeeper. 

DIRECTORS.— X. W. Farwell, J. G. Coburn, S. R. Rearce, Timothy 
Walker, JE. 1\ Rackard, Nelson Dint/Icy, Jr., Archibald Wakefield, John. 
Y. Scrnton, William JP. Frye. 

DISCOUNT DAYS, MONDAYS AND THURSDAYS. 
Rank Hours, 9 to 12 A. M., 2 to 4 R. M. 
Annual Election, Second Tuesday In January. 

Dividends, January 1st, and July 1st. 

ANDROSCOGGIN COUNTY 

LEWISTON, ME. 

03bL£%,rtoa^oca ]\larolL Stlx, 1870. 
OFFICE WITH FIIiST NATIONAL BANK. 

Open during banking hours, and on Wednesday and Saturday even- 
ings from 7 to 8 o'clock. 

Deposits made during one month will be placed on interest the first 
day of the following month. 

Dividends are made the first day of June and December. 

E. F. PACKARD, Prest. A. L TEMPLETOX, Treas. 

TRUSTEES. 
8nmu( I R. Rcarcc, Geo. II. Pillsbury, 

E. F. Pncltunl, C. I. Barker, 

Ai Brooks. 



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BANKS AND POST : OFFICE. 157 



INSTITUTION FOR SAVINGS, 

Baitim Roams, Cor. Lisloa ail Pine Streets, 

Open from 9 to 12 A. M., from 2 to 4 P. M., and 
Wednesday and Saturday evenings from 7 to 8. 

Deposits received up to the first ■ Saturday of each month, tvill draw 
interest from that time. 

Regular dividends are computed on all amounts on deposit on the first 
Saturdays of January and July, in each year. Extra dividends every 
four years. . 

J..G. COBURN, President. 

EES.-J. «. Coburu, II. II. Dickey, Willi 
clsou, E. 8. Davis. 

JOHN S. ADAMS, Treasurer. 

Lisbon, Corner Ash Streets, - Lewiston, 



TRUSTEES.-.!. «. Coburu, II. II. Dickey, William P. Frye, 
J. W. Daniclsou, E. S. Davis. 



Postmaster, GEO. A. PARKER. 

Asst. Postmaster, CHAS. H. GIVEN. 



OFFICE OPEN FR03I 7.30 A. M., TO S.30 F. 31. 



ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. 







ARRIVES. 


CLOSES. 






a. m:. 


r». m. 


A. M. 


±*. M. 


Western Mail, 




9.00 


3.0S 


6.30 


12.35 4.45 


Eastern Mail, 






1.00 




2.40 


Farmingtoii Mail, 






1.00 




2.30 


Kennebec Mail, 




S.30 


3.30 


12,00 


G>1S 


Auburn and Turner Mail 


• 


12.15 


12.00 




Knox and Lincoln 


Mail, 




3.40 


12.00 





158 ^r MANUFACTURING COMPANIES. 

Soici mills 



Incorporated, I860. 



CAPITAL, - 81,000,000. 



BENJ. E. BATES, Treas., 

40 STATE STREET, - BOSTON. 

JOHN W. DAN1ELS0N, Agent. 

ALLEN P. WINSLOW, Paymaster. 



Spindles (now running and to be added this year), G3,000 

Looms " " " 1,173 

Females Employed, 750 

Males Employed, 3 CO 

Cotton. Consumed, per weelc, in. pounds, .91,500 



KINDS OF GOODS MADE: 

WIDE SHEETINGS, SHIRTINGS, SATTEEN 
JEANS, AND GKAIN BAGS. 

Pay-Day, second Thursday after last Saturday of each month, 



MANUFACTURING COMPANIES. 159 

LEWTSTON MILLS, 



CAPITA^ - - - ^SOO^OOO. 



Incorporated in 1850 as Leiviston Bagging 

Company. In I860, name changed to 

Leiviston Hills, and Capital increased. 

Number of mills, 2, with auxiliary buildings and a large 
Dye House. No. 1 Mill, built in 1860. No. 2 Mill, built 
in 1865. Number of Spindles, 25,000, for Cotton and 
sufficient Linen Machinery to manufacture 3,500 pounds 
coarse Jute or Linen Yarn daily. 



Number of Females employed, 552 

Number of Males employed, 253 

Monthly Fay-roll,.. $28,000 

Number of bales of Cotton -used, 0,300 

Cotton Yarn produced, 2 ,500 ,000 pounds 

Jute Yam produced, 950,000 " 



COTTON GOODS MANUFACTURED: 

COTTON ADES, TICKINGS, DENIMS, SHIRTING 

STRIPES, GINGHA3IS, CHECKS, DUCK, OSNA- 

BURG, SEAMLESS BAGS, JUTE GOODS 

MANUFACTURED. A VARIETY OF 

SEAMLESS BAGS, BURLAPS, TWINE, AND CARPET CHAIN. 



Number of pounds of Yam dyed yearly, 800,000 pounds 

Value of I) runs and Dye-Stuffs used, $30,000 

founds of Starch used yearly, 50, ODD 

Casks of Lime used yearly, 600 

Tons of Coal used annually, 1,200 



Power.— 3 Turbine Wheels, 150 Ilorse Power, ca., making 450 Horse Power. 



160. ^ MANUFACTURING COMPANIES. 



jCSEgXTSFJES^OISaF 





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AND 






Lewiston, Maine. 



CHARTER, ■ ■ $1,000,000. 

CAPITAL STOCK, - $300,000 

Incorporated January, 187S, 

DIRECTORS. 
BEX J. E. -BATES, A. E. HILDRETH, 

JOHX A. BLANCHARD, WE B. WOOD, 
LYMAN NICHOLS. 



All kinds of Cotton Goods. 

J. DEMFSEY, Supt. 



~~ r MANUFACTURING COMPANIES. 161 

HAIKLI1 COMPANY. 

OFFICE UNDEE DEWITT HOUSE. 
Incorporated April 5, 1854. 



CAPITAL, - - $1,000,000 



DIRECTOKS: 

LYMAN NICHOLS, JOHN A. BLANCHARD, 

BENJ. E. BATES, N. W. FARWELL, 

A. E. HILDKETH. 

AUDITORS: 

CLARENCE A. DOW and WM. J. BURNHAM. 

N.W. FARWELL, Agent, 

G. H. PILSBURY, Clerk and Paymaster, 
WILLIAM B. WOOD, Treasurer. 



This Company owns the Water Power Canals, and the 
adjoining lands on both sides of the River. 

They also own the Grist Mill Building, Lincoln Mill, 
DeWitt House, and many other Shops, Buildings, &c. 

The Lincoln Mill was built in 1845. DeWitt House in 1852. 

THE OLD WATER POWER COMPANY 

Was incorporated in 1849, and in 1850 manufacturing developments were tirst begun. 
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MANUFACTURING COMPANIES 



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IKTCORPORATED 1854. 



CAPITAL, 8500,000. 



LYMAN NICHOLS, JOHN A. BLANCHARD, 

BENJ. E. BATES, N. W. FARWELL, 

A. E. HILDRETH. 

AUDITOES : 

CLYKEME A. BOW and \VM. J. BIMILYM. 

E. S. DAVIS, Agent. W. D. PENNELL, Paymaster. 
WILLIAM B. WOOD, Treasurer. 



Spindles, 21,744 

Looms, ■. 436 

Females, 31S 

Males, 1 1 2 



Yards per weeli, 

Cotton Consumed per iveek,. 



60,000 

49,000 pounds 



GOODS MADE: 

SHEETINGS and SHIRTINGS. 



Pay-day, 15tli of eacli montli. 



MANUFACTURING COMPANIES. 1G3 

CONTINENTAL MILLS, 

Cor. of Chestnut and Oxford Streets. 

INCORPORATED 1864. 
COMMENCED OPEKATIONSj - 1866. 



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CAPITAL, - - - $1,000,000. 

WILLIAM B. WOOD, Treasurer, 

40 State Street, Boston. 

R. C. PENNELL, Clerk and Paymaster, 
E. S. DAVIS, Agent. 

3DIPlEOTOnS: 

LYMAN NICHOLS, B. E. BATES, 

N. W. FARWELL, J. A. BLANCHARD, 

B. F. NOURSE, URIEL CROCKER. 

A1TDITOHS : 

CLARENCE A. DOW, GEO. H. PILSBURY. 

J. S. & E. WRIGHT, - Selling Agents, 

BOSTOIT. 

Spindles, 27,360 

Looms, .---*-- 600 

Females Employed, ------ 159 

Males Employed, - - - - - 341 

Yards made per week, - 110,000 

Cotton consumed per week, lbs., - - 40,000 



164 MANUFACTURING COMPANIES. 

LBWISTON 
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naers 

AND — 



MA AJ ■■ Bp ACSI EBBB E32&, B3 E3 PS1 I|a ESk ESS3 EXE* 4M 

M I H B Vy MM BH BH^I laaJ esi^ ^/ bh BBH By bbb em M N*1 
BIANUFACTURERS OF 

Cotton & Woolen Machinery, 

EEWISTOM, ME. 
Incorporated, 1864. 



PRESIDENT. 

J". Gh OOBTTIR/Isr. 

TREASURER. 
J . "W . DANIELSON. 

DIRECTORS. 

J. Gf. Coboirn, C. I. Barker, 

N. W. Farwell, A. D. Lockwood, 

Nelson Dingley, jr., Geo. H. Pilsbury, 

Benj. E. Bates, E. S. Davis, 

S. W. Kilvert. 

AUDITOIIS s 

Geo. H. Pilsbury and Wm. J. Burnham. 

MEX EMPLOYED, 200. 



LEWISTON DIRECTORY. 1G5 

BATES COLLEGE. 

BOARD OF PRESIDENT AND TRUSTEES. 

President, Rev. Oren B. Cheney, D. D., house College, 
near Bates College; His Excellency Sidney Perham, A. 
M., (ex officio), Rev. Ebenezer Knowlton, A. M., Benjamin 
E. Bates, Rev. James Calder, D. D., Hon. James G. Blaine, 
LL. D., Rev. Dexter Waterman, John W. Perkins, Abial 
M. Jones, % Hon. Alonzo Garcelon, M. D., Rev. John A. 
Lowell, A. M., Hon. Nelson Dingley, jr., A. M., Josiah 
Bard well, Rev. John Fullonton, D. D., Rev. Isaac D. 
Stewart, A. M. ; Secretary, Abial M. Jones. 

OFFICERS OF INSTRUCTION AND 
GOVERNMENT. 

President, Rev. Oren B. Cheney, D. D., house College' 
near Bates College ; Parsons Professor of Ecclesiastics' 
History and Pastoral Theology, Rev. John Fullonton, D* 
1)., house Main ; Professor of Systematic Theology, Rev- 
John Jay Butler, D. D., house College, near Union ; Pro- 
fessor of Greek and Latin Languages, Jonathan Y. 
Stanton, A. M., house Main, opp. — — ; Professor of Mental 
and Moral Philosophy, Rev. Benjamin F. Hayes, A. M., 
house Mountain avenue; Calder Professor of Chemistry 
and Geology, Richard C. Stanley, A. M., house College, 
near Bates College ; Professor of Modem Languages 
and Mathematics, Thomas L. Angell, A. M., house College, 
near Bates College; Professor of Sacred Literature and 
Homiletics, Rev. James Albert Howe, A. M. ; Professor of 
Rhetoric and English Literature, George C. Chase, A. M., 
boards at College ; Tutor in Greek, Arthur Given, A. M., 
Main, near Union ; Tutor in Latin, Alphonso L. Houghton, 
A. B., boards at College ; Prudential Committee, Rev. 
Oren B. Cheney, D. D., Abial M. Jones, Richard C. Stanley, 
A. M. ; Examining Committee, Rev. John A. Lowell, A. 
M., Rev. George W. Howe, A. M, Rev. Charles S. Perkins, 
A. M. ; Auditors, John AV\ Perkins, Rev. Joseph S. Bur- 
gess ; Treasurer, Abial M. Jones. 

FACULTY OF THE COLLEGE. 

President, Oren B. Cheney, D. D. ; Jonathan Y. Stanton, 
A. M, Richard C. Stanley, A. M., Thomas L. Angell, A. 
M., Rev. Charles II. Malcom, A. M., OJcorge C. Chase, A. 



166 LEWISTON DIRECTORY. 

M., Oliver C. Wendell, A. M., Arthur Given, A. M, 
Alphonso L. Houghton, A. J3.; Secretary and Librarian, 
Jonathan Y. Stanton A. M. ; Iiegistrar, Richard C. 
Stanley, A. M. 



THEOLOGICAL SCHOOL. 

FACULTY. 

President, Rev. Oren B. Cheney, D. D. ; Rev. John 
Fullonton, D. D., Rev. John Jay Butler, D. IX, Rev. 
Benjamin F. Hayes, A. M., Rev. James Albert Howe, A. 
M. ; Secretary, Rev. John Jay Butler, 1). D. ; Lecturer on 
Pantheism, Rev. Jacob M. Manning, 1). D.; Examining 
Committee, Rev. John A. Lowell, A. M., Rev. George W. 
Howe, A. M., Rev. Charles S. Perkins, A. M. 



LEWISTON SCHOOL FOR MEDICAL 
INSTRUCTION. 

Chartered February 21, 1871. Issued to Edward II- 
Hill, Alonzo Garcelon, Orrin A. Ilorr, Milton C. Wedge- 
wood, Joshua W. Beede. 

Board of Directors. 

Hon. A. Garcelon, M. D., Eli Edgecomb, M. D., ]S T . C. 
Harris, M. D., Hon. William P. Frye, M. C. Wedgwood, 
M. D., O. B. Cheney, D. 1)., J. M. Small, M. D., lion. N. 
Dingley, jr., R. L. Harlow, M. D., N. W. Farwell, Esq., 
A. L>. Edgecomb, M. D., Hon. E. T. Luce, O. A. Hon-, M. D. 

Instructors. 

Obstetrics and Diseases of Children, Eli Edgecomb 
M. D., rooms Savings Bank building; Chemistry, R. C 
Stanley, A.M., Main St., Lewiston, (Professor of Chemistry 
at Bates College) ; Gy?uecology, M. C. Wedgwood, M.D., 
'J4 Park street, Lewiston; Surgery, E. II. Hill, M. 1)., 
Do Witt House, Lewiston; Theory and Practice,\\/F; 
Sturgis, M. D., rooms Savings Bank building; Physiology, 
R. L. Harlow, M. D., 40 Spring st., Auburn ; AnatO)ny, O. A . 
Ilorr, M. I)., Pine street, Lewiston ; Materia Medica and 
Therapeutics, J. W. Beede, M. D., 1:2 Court St., Auburn. 



LEWISTON DIRECTORY. 1G7 

agg 

ANDROSCOGGIN COUNTY OFFICIAL 
REGISTER FOR 1872. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Judge of Prolate, Cyrus Knapp, East Livermore". 

Register of Probate, George S. Woodman, Auburn. 

Clerk of Courts, Daniel P. Atwood, Auburn. 

Register of Deeds, Silas Sprague, Auburn. 

County Treasurer, Alkander F. Merrill, Lewiston. 

County Attorney, Augustus M. Pulsifer, Auburn. 

Slier iff and Jailer, Thomas Littlefield, Auburn. 

Deputy -sheriffs, William Keen, Poland ; Elijah W. Dol- 
ley, East Livermore ; Charles E. Garcelon, Webster; Levi 
T. Coombs, Lisbon; Warren P. Laughton, Lewiston ; Ed. 
D. Wiggin, Lewiston ; Joseph Littlefield, Auburn ; Chas. 
D. Ford, Turner. 

Crier, Charles D. jFord, Turner. 

County Commissioners, William D. Rook, Chairman, 
Durham; Davis F. Lothrop, Leeds; John Reed, Lewiston. 

Civil and Annual Terms, first Tuesday in January, 
April, and September. 

County Commissioners Court, first Tuesday of April 
and October. 

Probate Court, third Tuesday of each month. 

ESTABLISHED 1862. 



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roofing now in general use. 

What ive claim for lvINGMAN'S PATENT METAIIIC HOOFING 
(not clinched or soldered, but lapped, cemented, and nailed to the roof) 
over all others is, that it is air and water tic/lit, and adapted to roofs of 
any pitch, French l'oofs or walls, and cannot be blown off. It costs less 
titan soldered tin roofs, is more durable and more easily repaired, though 
less liable to need repairs. 

It has less vibration from heat and cold; the contraction and expan- 
sion of one sheet does not affect others, as in soldered Tin Hoofs, to cause 
cracks, leaks, and rust. It costs less ; is very much tighter than slate, 
and is so much lighter , that the building will keep its place much better 
with a lighter timbered roof and walls than with slate, or tar and 
gravel, may be flatter than slate roofs. 

We can show roofs that have been on fifteen years for experiments, 
that remain tight and perfect. 

We have been applying it ivith marked success since patented, and are 
prepared to fill all orders for roofing. 

A. L WINCHESTER & CO., 

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Proprietors for the State of Maine. 



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INHABITANTS, INSTITUTIONS, MANUFACTURING 

ESTABLISHMENTS, SOCIETIES, BUSINESS, 

BUSINESS FIRMS, ETC., ETC., 



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STREETS, COURTS, PLACES, &c, IN AUBURN. 

Academy, from Main to railroad, thence to Elm. 
v Cottage Lane, foot of Drummond st. 
v Court, from bridge to Auburn heights. 

Drummond, from Main to railroad. 

Elm, from Main to railroad. 

Farmington road, from Pleasant on the river. 

Golf, from Main. 

Hampshire, from Farmington road to past Willow. 

High, from Academy to Court. 

Laurel, from Main to the river. 

Laurel Place, from Laurel. 

Main, from old engine-house lot to covered bridge. 

Manley, from 29 Union to Goff. 

Maple, from High to Spring. 

Myrtle, from Academy to Elm. 

Oak, from Pine to Manley. 

Pearl, from Hampshire to School. 

Pine, from Pearl to Willow. 

Pleasant, from Elm to Farmington road. 

Railroad, from Drummond to Court. 

School, from Pleasant to Gotf. 

Spring, from Cemetery to Elm. 

Temple, from. Manley to Union. 

Turner, from Court to Farmington road. 

Union, from Court to Turner. 

Vernon, from Turner to the river. 

Whitney, parallel with Turner'. 

Willow, from Pine to Manley. 



HALLS, BLOCKS, BUILDINGS, &c. 

Auburn Block, Court, near Main. 
Auburn Hall, Auburn, near Main. 
County Building, Court, corner Turner. 
Elm Block, Court, opp. Main. 
Masonic Hall, 6 Phoenix block. 



CHARLES E. SMITH, 

DRUGGIST &. APOTHECARY, 

Dealer in Medicines, Fancy Goods, Toilet Articles, Trusses, Sup- 
porters, Taints, Oils, YarnisJies, Jirusltes, 
Taper Hangings, &c. 

Particular attention paid to preparation of Physicians' Prescriptions, and the dis- 
pensing of medicines for family use. None but fresh and pure articles being used. 
Country orders respectfully solicited and promptly attended to. 

NO. 6 PHCENIX BLOCK, MAIN ST., 
AUBURN, ME. 

A CONCEDED FACT. 

After twenty-three years' trial by the public, it 
is conceded that the P>ebt Worm Remedy ok 
Vermifuge in the Would for expelling Tin 
Worms, J, out/. Hound Worms, and Tape 
Worms, is hit. J. J . TJil'JJ'S justly 
celebrated J'lX WO JIM ICLIXIll! a 
Vegetable Compound, Safe *0 Effectual. 
3F»h.ioe:, 3S cents. 
T. T. T. 
TRUE'S Triumphant Tincture, or Killer of 

Pain ! 
TRIE'S American Cough Syrup ! 
TRIE'S Liniment! 

TRCK'S Blood Purifier and Regulator! 
TRIE'S Pile Powder! 
TRIE'S Catarrh Snufl! 
TRIE'S French Toolh Powder ! 

Sold t>y <*11 X>arviggis*s cmel Dealers iix 3VICoclicixi.es. 

r>i£. jr. f. true & oo. 5 

Proprietors of True's Great American Remedies, 

-A.UBUR.3NT, 3M3E3. 

MANUFACTURER OP 

MEW'S & BOYS' SEMCJE OPEBA, 

^Women's and Misses' 




Railroad Street, Opposite Depot, 




BOSTOKT 

Musical Instrument 

MANUFACTORY. 

Formerly E. O. WRIGHT <fc CO., 

MANVJUrACTUHERS OF 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, 

71 SUDBURY ST., BOSTON. 

^- 33. IO IO. !H3 IE3 ID, 

Rear Fevears' Building, 22 Washington, and 10 Muuroe Sis., Lynn. 
Shafting, Hangers, & Pulleys 

Of any size put up to order. 

Particular attention given to fitting 
up Heeling and Sewing Machinery. 

Milhvrighting and Repairing done, 
and satisfaction guaranteed. 

Shoe Machinery, Belting, Rubber 
Hose, and Corded' Top Rolls for sale. 

Also, Manufacturer of Bkeed'sDk- _ 
Tectiye Lasti.no Gai CiE. 

Buffer Bolts and Clothes 
Wringers repaired. 

General Jobbing done at short notice. 

BRAN16AN, ©MS0Y & CO., 




ESTABLISHED 1817. 

Ornamental Glass Cutters and Designers. 

19 ami 21 HARVARD PLACE, OPPOSITE OLD SOUTH CHURCH, BOSTON. 

Ornamental Cut and Ground Glass of every description, for Vestibules, Halls and 
Sliding Doors, Side Lights, Steamboats, Ships, Hotels, and Private Dwellings. 
Goods well packed for shipping. Designs furnished on application. 

T. IliuxiQAX, J. Cuddy, M. C. Mkkrt, 

No. 13 Lewis Wharf, Boston. 

IMPORTERS Sc DEALERS 1 1ST THE BEST 

Nova Scotia, English & Scotch 

GRINDSTONES* 

For Farmers, Machinists, and Glass Cutters. Also, 

isro-%r^. jsoo«x-x.a. freestone. 

A large assortment constantly on hand. 




AUBURN 

DIRECTORY. 

1872. 

EXPLANATION OF ABBREVIATIONS. 

The letter h. for house; bds. boards; opp. opposite; r.rear; c. or cor. corner ; 
\vf. wharf; n. near; sq. square; pi. place; ct. court; bet. between; R. R. Rail- 
road; M. C. R. R. Maine Central Railroad; P. O. Post-ollice; U. S. A. United 
States Army; U. S. N. United States Navy. Where the name of a corporation 
or factory appears immediately after the name, it indicates the place of busi- 
ness. After the name of the street, the word street is omitted. 

ADAMS ISAAC, carpenter, house Penrl,near Pine 

Adams Lucian, watchmaker, house 23 Main 

Adams Phoebe J., widow of John F., house 30 Hampshire 

Adams Thomas, bootmaker, boards 11 Main 

Adams William B., carpenter, house Pearl, near Pine 

Additon John C, policeman, house 1 Willow 

Aid en , mason, house Summer 

ALDEN NELSON H., agent D. Harwood & Co., Boston, 

shoe manufacturer, house North Auburn 

Allen , shoemaker, house 2 High 

Allen Charles A., shoemaker, house 4 School 

Allen Charles \V\, engineer, house Turner, near Union 

Allen Clarence, blacksmith, house 33 Turner 

Allen David, farmer, house 14 Pleasant 

Allen Frank M., painter, house Turner road 

Allen Freeman, laborer, house Perryville 

Allen Fieeman, drain-pipe maker, house Cross, n. Turner 

Allen George A., painter, house Turner road. 

Allen John, paperhanger, house Summer 

Allen John R., blacksmith, house 7 School 

Allen Panama, widow of Abram, house 33 Turner 

Anderson David, bootmaker Pray, Shaw & Co., boards at 

Lewiston 
Andrews Hiram, farmer, house 10 Goff 
Andrews Melvin M., farmer, house 10 Goff 
Archibald Dana, surveyor of lumber, boards 4 High 
Archibald Henry, surveyor of lumber, boards 4 High 
Arris Samuel J., railroad employee, house 54 Spring 
Atkins Greenville M. ; cutter Sykes & Foss, house Elm, 

near railroad 



174 AUBUKN [B] DIRECTORY. 

Atkinson John C, bootmaker Pray, Shaw & Co., house 50 

Pleasant 
Atwood Abram (Symraes & Atwood), fish, meat, and 

vegetable, Main, house 18 High 
Atwood Daniel P., clerk of court, house 31 Spring 
Atwood James F., boots and shoes, Court, near Main, 

house 3 Hampshire 
Atwood John Q. A. (Atwood & Tracy), grocers, Court, 

house Court 
Atwood Joseph L„ bookkeeper Atwood & Tracy, house 

13 Spring 
Atwood Stephen, sole-leather cutter, boards 30 Union 
Atwood tvj Tracy (John Q. A. Atwood and L. L. Tracy), 

grocers, Court, next A. Cushman's 
Austin S. E., cutter P. M. Woodman & Son, bds. Maine 

Hotel 
Ayer Lydia L., widow of Daniel F., house 11 Pine 

BAILEY AMOS, Jr., bootmaker Pray, Shaw & Co., 

house 11 Pleasant 
Bailey Aretus, house 47 Pleasant 
Bailey Davis, carpenter, house 9 Union 
Bailey Lorenzo, shoemaker, boards 15 Main 
Baker Charles P., hairdresser, Court, near Bridge, h. do. 
Baker Edwin J., overseer Lincoln mill, house Manley, near 

Union 
Baker Shubel, butcher, house Turner, near railroad 
Ballard J. E., carpenter, boards E. Harlow's, Main 
Barker C. E., carpenter, boards E. Harlow's, Main 
Barnum Robert A., shoemaker, boards H. E. Dexter's, 

Main 
Barrows George E., cutter, house 8 Union 
Barrows Hiram C, foreman A. Cushman, house 8 Union 
Bartlett Flavel, trader, house 60 Pleasant 
Bartlett Frank (Bartlett & Eaton), dry goods and grocer- 
ies, Phoenix block, Main, h. Pleasant, cor. Hampshire 
BARTLETT & EATON (F. Bartlett and John F. Eaton), 

dry goods and groceries, Phoenix block, Main 
Bass Seth, shoemaker, house Whitney 
Batch elder Kingsbury, principal Auburn High school, 

boards 45 Main 
Bates George, clergyman, house 2 Turner 
Beal William W., shoemaker, house Myrtle, near Elm 
Beale Eben, shoemaker, house Turner, opp. school-house 
Bean Andrew T. (Bean & Stetson), stoves, furnaces, etc., 

house 43 Main 
Bean Mary J. Miss, teacher Gowell District school, boards 

43 Main 
Bean Sylvanus, shoemaker, house 5 School 



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Bearce George D., miller 

Bearee William P., shoemaker, house 12 School 

Beauprie Joseph, carriagemaker, liouse Turner 

Beeeham Jose, miller, boards 37 Pleasant 

Beede Joshua W. (Robinson & Beede), apothecary, Court, 

house 14 Court 
Bcmis Walter A., shoemaker, liouse 6 Turner 
Benson Sarah A, widow of Thomas J., liouse Whitney- 
Bent Henry F., laborer, liouse Cross, near Turner 
Berry John A., house West Auburn 
Bessey Alden, laborer, liouse Turner, near railroad 
Bickford Charles G., shoemaker, liouse 50 Pleasant 
Bickford Frank, overseer B. B. Fuller & Co., house Union 
Bickford George H., operative Lincoln mill, h. 50 Pleasant 
Bickford George P., butcher, house Summer, near Union 
Bickford Jesse S., butcher, house Summer, near Union 
Bigelow Andrew P., farmer, house 5 Goff 
Bigelow Charles E., carpenter (Lewiston), house 5 Goff 
Biggeton William, carpenter Lewiston mills, house Turner, 

cor. Hampshire 
Billings Myra Miss, teacher Grammar school, boards 3 

Hampshire 
Billings Myra P., teacher Grammar school, boards West 

Auburn 
Bird Edward W., groceries and dry goods, North Auburn, 

house Stage road 
Bisbee Forest, machinist, boards 24 High 
Bisbee Francis E., widow of Edward, house 16 High 
Bisbee George E., cutter E. F. Packard & Co., boards 5 

School 
Bissell William, painter, house 9 Drummond 
Blackstone Joseph, laborer, liouse Summer 
Blaisdell Hiram W., shoemaker, house 58 Lisbon 
Blake Ada E. Miss, teacher North Auburn primary school 
Blake Granville, book canvasser, house 4S Main 

Blake , shoemaker, boards 9 Main 

Blethen Cordelia, widow, house Myrtle, cor. Elm 
Blethen Elias, carpenter, house Elm, opp. Spring 
Blood Sophronia B., widow of Lewis, liouse 9 Main 
Bond George, shoemaker, boards II. C. Dexter's, Main 
Bond Paris L., mason, boards II. C. Dexter's, Main 
Bonney Augustus N., shoemaker, boards Cross, n. Turner 
Bonney Frank J., dentist, Elm block, Court, h. Pleasant, 

corner Court 
Bonney J. W., dentist, Elm block, boards 37 Pleasant 
BOOMEPv VESTA C. MRS., dressmaker, 8 and 9 Elm 

block, Court, liouse do. 
Boynton G. M. (Huston & Boynton), baker, house High, 

opp. Orthodox church 



176 AUBURN [B]' DIRECTORY. 

Brabson John II., shoemaker, boards 46 Spring 
Brackett John, carriagemaker, boards rear Stevens, Kim- 
ball & Son's factory 
Brackett Thomas R., shoemaker, house 5 Pleasant 

Bradbury , boards E. Harlow's, Main 

Bradbury Betsey D., widow of Benj., house 47 Spring 
Bradbury Russell S., livery stable, Court, west end bridge, 

house Main, corner Drummond 
Bradford Justus C, furniture dealer, house 36 Pleasant 
Bradford Lewis, furniture dealer, house 36 Pleasant 
Bradford Phillips, farmer, house 45 Pleasant 
Bradford Richmond, physician, 8 High, house do. 
Brann Alba A., agent Westfield Whip Co., h. Whitney 
Brann Harriet, widow of Berlin, house Whitney 
Bray Alden B., cutter E. F. Packard & Co., house Turner, 

near Hampshire 
Brett Ezra C, blacksmith, house 17 Goff 
Brett George W. (G. W. Brett & Son), blacksmith, house 

Myrtle, near Elm 
Brett G. W. & Son (George W. Brett and Ezra C. Brett), 

blacksmiths, Turner, near Hampshire 
Brett John R., shoemaker, house Myrtle, near Elm 
Brewster Nancy, widow of William, house 10 Pleasant 
Brewster William D. (J. Dingley, jr., & Co.), grocers, 5 

Phoenix block, Main, house 10 Pleasant 
Bridgham Frank, shoemaker, boards 9 Main 
Bridgham Ruth Mrs., widow of Stafford S., h. 18 Court 
Briggs Benjamin F. (E. F. Packard & Co.),. 4 Phoenix 

block, house Academy, opposite High school 
Briggs Daniel, solecutter E. F. Packard & Co., h. 28 High 
Briggs George, bottomer, boards 20 Pleasant 
Briggs Howard, shoemaker, house 24 Hampshire 
Briggs Joseph, mason, house Cross, near Turner 
Briggs L. E., widow of Leonard, house 17 Drummond 
Briggs Millie M. Miss, teacher Turner street Grammar 

school, boards Turner 
Briggs Nancy Miss, house 44 Pleasant 
Briggs Philip, clerk Robinson & Beede, bds. Elm House 
Briggs Susan T., widow of Robert, house 21 Hampshire 
Briggs Walter, bookkeeper, boards 21 Hampshire 
Brooks Barker, hardware, Court, n. Bridge, h. 28 Spring 
Brooks Frank W., druggist, boards 6 Spring 
Brooks George B., elerk, boards 28 Spring 
Brooks Roxanna A., widow of Chas. B., h. Main, n. Court 
Brooks AValter M., bookkeeper A. Cushman & Co., bds. 

10 Court 
Brown Dorothea T., widow of T. W., house 19 High 
Brown George W., cutter at B. C. Keen's, boards Maine 

Hotel 



AUBURN [C] DIRECTORY. 177 

Brown Oliver, bootmaker, house 17 Main 

Brown , shoemaker, boards 15 Main 

Bryant Rufus, shoefinisher, boards 8 Main 
Buck Leonidas, shoemaker, house Manley, near Temple 
Buckley James II., tinman, h. Drummond, opp. Railroad 
Bucknam Clarence L., shoemaker, bds. Manley, c. Temple 
Bucknam Frank, tinman (Bangor), house Vine, n. High 
Bilker Melvina Miss, house Summer 
Bumpus George, shoemaker, house 13 Pine 
Burgess Everett W., carpenter, house 27 Main 
Burnham Dean R., shoemaker, house foot of Hampshire 
Burrill Greene C, city liquor agent, house 3 Spring 

CALNER GEORGE W, shoemaker, boards 2 Goff 

Campbell Charles W., shoemaker, house 13 Pine 

Carpenter Sylvanus W., shoemaker, house 38 Spring 

Carter A. M., widow of Asa W., house 2 Laurel place 

Carter Seth M., student, boards 2 Laurel place 

Carver James W., shoemaker, boards E. Harlow's, Main 

Cary Wallace, shoemaker, boards 35 High 

Caswell Sylvina, widow of Horatio, house 14 Drummond 

Cates A. Gardner, photographer, Turner, opp. court-house, 

house do. 
Chamberlain Henry, shoemaker, house 1 Spring 
Chamberlin John F., heeler, house 35 Pleasant 
Chamberlin Lucy, widow of Joseph, house 35 Pleasant 
Chamberlin William M., insurance agent, h. 35 Pleasant 
Chaplin Alson P., jeweler, Main, opposite Phoenix block, 

boards at Lewiston 
Chaplin James W., cooper, MaiD, near the bridge, house 3 

Laurel 
Chaplin James W., jr., shoemaker, boards 3 Laurel 
Chaplin Samuel F., civil engineer, boards 3 Laurel 
Chase Charles E., shoemaker, house 36 Goff 
Chase Frank A., clerk (Cook & Strout), bds, 37 Pleasant 
Chase Frank W., shoemaker, boards 11 Main 
Chase George IT., nursery (Geneva, N. Y.), house School, 

corner Goff 
Chase George W., tinman, house 39 Spring 
Chase Jabez W., shoemaker, house Goff, corner School 
Chase John II., tinsmith, boards 39 Spring 
Chase Lewis F. (Chase & Skinner), grocers, 2 Phcenix 

Block, house 44 Pleasant 
Chase Mary E., teacher (Danville), boards 22 Main 
Chase Pcabody B., carpenter, house 3G Goff 
Chase Phoebe, widow of Jonathan, house 39 Spring 
Churchill Chas. C., bootmaker Pray, Shaw & Co., h. Turner 
Clair Felix H., carpenter, house Summer 
Clement Alfred, shoemaker, boards 19 High 
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178 AUBURN [(J] DIRECTORY. 

Clement Charles If., shoemaker, boards 2 Goff 
Cleveland Adeline E. Miss, house 54 Spring 
Clough David, shoemaker, house Myrtle, corner Academy 
Cobb Cyrus, confectionery, Court, west end bridge, h. do. 
Cobb John P. (J. F. Cobb & Co.), shoe mnfrs., h. 3 Pleasant 
Cobb John F. & Co. (John F. Cobb and John Pickard), 

shoe manufacturers, Pickard block, Main 
Cobb Lewis A., shoefitter, house 17 Pleasant 
Cobb Thomas, shoemaker, boards Drummond 
Cobb "William A., shoedealer, house 38 Main . 
Coburn Alien J., carpenter, house Hampshire, near Union 
Coffin Elbridge G., mason, house 30 Pleasant 
Coffin Eugene C, stableman, boards 38 High 
Cole Addison G., grocer, house 15 Union 
Cole Edwin, McKay machine operator, house 30 Union 

Cole , painter, boards 34 Spring 

Conant Maria, widow of Hooper, h. Drummond, n. Spring 

Cook Daniel M., house Railroad 

Cook George II. (Cook So Libby), shoe manufacturers, 8 

Roak block, Main, house Whitney, near river 
Cook George W., carpenter, house Turner road 
Cook Job M., soap manufacturer, house 9 Pleasant 
Cook Silas B. (Cook & Strout), h. 20 Union, cor. Hampshire 
Cook & Libby (Geo. II. Cook, Daniel B. Libby), shoe 

manufacturers, 8 Poak block, Main 
Cook & Strout (Silas B. Cook and George E. Strout), 

stoves and tinware, Main, corner Court 
Coombs Charles E., carpenter, house Temple 
Coombs Consider T., mason, house Manley 
Coombs William;; river driver, house River road 
Corbett Moses, foundry hand, house Summer 
Cotton Dennett, carpenter, house Turner road 

Cox , shoemaker, boards Cottage lane 

Coyle George R., shoemaker, house foot of Hampshire 
Crafts Adoniram B. (Moses Crafts & Co.), shoe manu- 
facturers, Railroad, opposite depot, house 20 Spring 
Crafts Moses (Moses Crafts & Co.), Railroad, h. 26 Spring 
Crafts Martin, shoemaker, boards 20 Spring 
Crafts Moses & Co. (Moses Crafts, Adoniram B. Crafts, and 

Daniel W. Kingsley), shoe manufacturers, Railroad 
Crawford Benj. S., soap manufacturer, h. Pearl, opp. Pine 

Cressey , shoemaker, house School, near Railroad 

Crockett Joseph, liverystable, opposite County building, 

house 38 High 
Currier Benjamin F., shoemaker, boards Cottage lane 
Currier Isaac C, carpenter, house Cottage lane 
CURTIS DAVID S. (L. R. Kinsley & Co.), Railroad, 

opposite depot, house Manley 
Curtis John W., shoemaker, boards 50 Drummond 



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Curtis Warren IT., hcelcutter, E. F. Packard & Co., 
boards Court 

CUSHMAN ARA (A. Cushman), boot and shoe manu- 
facturer, Court, house 10 High 

Cushman A. (Ara Cushman, Saml. F. Merrill, and Henry L. 
Daggett), boot and shoe manufacturers, Court, opposite 
Railroad square 

Cushman Gideon, engineer, A. Cushman, house 11 Goff 

Cutter John L., merchant, house Whitney, near River road 

DAGGETT HENRY T, machine operator, Pray, Shaw 

& Co., house at Lewiston 
Daggett Horace, painter, house 25 Union 
Daggett Russell, dye cleaning, Lewiston, house Railroad 
Daicy Benjamin, shoemaker, house School, near Railroad 
Daicy Benjamin B., soleleather cutter E. F. Packard & 

Co., house Union, opposite A. Cushman's 
Daicy Sidney, shoemaker, house Drummond, near High 
Damon Edward, pattern maker, boards 19 Spring 
Damon Herbert L., clerk, boards 39 Spring 
Damon James, bootmaker, boards 15 Main 

Dana , shoemaker, boards 49 Spring 

Dan forth, Levi, carpenter, boards E. Harlow's, Main 

Daneills James P., carpenter, house 18 Pleasant 

Daniels John, blacksmith, boards Lincoln block, Lewiston 

Darling Charles E., custom bootmaker, house 25 Main 

Darling John, shoemaker, house foot of Summer 

Davie J. Elliott, boards E. Harlow's, Main 

Davis Abbie W., widow of Elias, house 23 Main ' 

Davis Augustus, shoemaker, boards Cottage lane 

Davis Austin W., shoemaker, house Hampshire, corner Goff 

Davis Charles, bread team, house Temple 

Davis Charles T., travelling salesman, house foot of Manley 

Davis Clarence, shoemaker, boards 50 Drummond 

Davis Elias, shoemaker, boards 4 Spruce 

Davis Fannie, widow, house 24 High 

Davis George E., cutter, house 25 Hampshire 

Davis Greenfield T., cutter E. F. Packard & Co., boards 

20 Pleasant 
Davis James F., boards Maine Hotel 
Davis Nathaniel C, cutter, house 25 Hampshire 
Davis William L., carpenter, house Court, near railroad 
Dawes James S., crockery ware, &c. (Lewiston), boards 1 

Spring 
Dawes Thomas J., shoecutter, house 1 Spring 
Day George P.. bootmaker Pray, Shaw & Co., h. Court, 

corner Main 
Day Isaac C, confectionery and saloon, Court, opposite 

Auburn block, house do. 



180 AUBUEH [D] DIRECTORY. 

Day Josiah, grocer, Court, opposite Railroad square, house 

Railroad 
Day Seth, shoemaker, house 46 Pleasant 
Dean Frank, leathercutter, boards Pleasant 
Dean Erastus, silverplater, boards 9 Main 
Dennison B. Frank, shoemaker, house 4 High 
Dennison John T., shoemaker, house 7 Union 
Dexter Henry C, carpenter, house Main, near Court 
Dexter Robinson, sash and blind manufacturer (Lewiston), 

house 58 Pleasant 
Dingley J., jr. (J. Dingley, jr., & Co.), grocer, 5 Phoenix 

block, Main, house Pleasant, corner Elm 
Dingley J., jr., & Co. (J. Dingley, jr., John Dingley, and 

William D. Brewster), grocers, 5 Phoenix blk., Main 
Dingley James, house Elm, corner Myrtle 
Dingley Jeremiah, dry goods, house 1 Pleasant 
Dingley John (J. Dingley, jr., & Co.), grocer, 5 Phoenix 

block, Main, boards 2 Drummond 
Dolley Augustus F., shoemaker, house 3 Pine 
Donahue Thomas, silverplater, boards Main 
Donnell George, stoves and tinware, h. 3 Drummond 
Donovan Henry D., shoe tools and findings, h. 19 Spring 
Dorman Henry P., grocer, house Manly, opposite Oak 
Dorman Henry R,, house- Manly, near Pearl 
Downer Edwin R., cabinetmaker, house 19 Union 
Downing Porter, heel manufacturer, North Auburn 
Drake Albion A., shoemaker, house 33 Turner 
Drake James B. K., shoemaker, house 16 Turner 
Drake James K., shoemaker, house 17 High 
Drake James S., farmer, house 16 Turner 
Drake Oliver, shoemaker, boards 42 High, cor. Academy 
Drake Pearl, shoemaker, boards Manley, corner Temple 
Dresser Albert, shoemaker, boards Drummond, near High 
Dresser Herbert, shoemaker, boards 49 Spring 
Dresser Richard, attorney, office 2 Phoenix block, Main, 

house 26 High 
Ducharme Louis II., shoemaker Pray, Shaw & Co., house 

4 Spring- 
Dunham Daniel, boards Day's, opp. Auburn hall, Court 
DUNLAP CHARLES F., insurance agent (Lewiston), 

house 27 Spring 
Dunn Colburn, printer, house 23 Union 
Dunn Cyrus, shoemaker, house 23 Union 
Dunn Edward W\, shoemaker, house 6 School 
Dunn Ruby N., widow of Benjamin A., house 51 Main 
Dunn Wilfred, shoemaker, house 23 LTnion 
Dunn Willard M. (Pulsifer Roak & Co.), shoe manufactur- 
ers, 6 Roak block Main, boards Maine Hotel 
Duran Josiah, bootmaker Pray, Shaw & Co., h. 15 Union 



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Dustin Wm., carriage repairing, house Perryville 
Dustin William P., carriagemaker, bouse 18 Turner 
Duston George L., machinist, house 8 Spring 
Dwinal Harrison J., boot treer, Pray, Shaw & Co., boards 

45 Main 
Dyer Augustus L., shoemaker, house Main, near Court 
Dyer James H., shoemaker, house Whitney 
Dyer James L., tannei\ house Whitney 

EABEE JOSEPH E., finisher Pray, Shaw & Co., bJs. 9 

Spring 
Eastman Anson M., jeweller, boards 19 High 
Eastman E., musician, house 2 High 
Eastman George C, peddler, boards 19 High 
Easton Samuel, teamster, house 13 Main 
Eaton John P. (Bartlett & Eaton), dry goods and groceries, 

Phoenix block, Main, house 28 Hampshire 
Eaton Rebecca, widow of Benjamin, house 32 Spring 
Edgecomb Arthur D., physician, 4 Elm block, boards 37 

Pleasant 
Edgecomb Edson S., jeweler, Main, opposite Phoenix 

block, house 45 Main 
Elliott Ezra C, night watchman M. C. R. R. depot, house 

3 Drummond 
Ellis Sylvester W., harnessmaker, boards 4 High 
Ellis Thomas, bootmaker, house 17 Main 
Emerson Charles S., nickelplater, house 13 Union 
Emerson Elizabeth W., widow of Wm. II., house Hamp- 
shire, corner Goff 
Emerson Roscoe, shoemaker, boards 32 Spring 
Emerson Ward M., operative, house 16 High 
Emerton Joseph B., peddler, house 18 Hampshire 
Emerton J. Crosby, clerk, boards 18 Hampshire 
Emerton J. Forest, jeweller, boards 18 Hampshire 
Estes Alfred L., carpenter, house Mauley 
Estes Frank, shoemaker, boards 32 Spring 
Estes Nathan C. (dry goods and groceries), 3 Auburn hall, 

boards Elm House 

FAIRBANKS HIRAM, carpenter, house 4G Pleasant 
Farnham C. B. Mrs,, house School, near Railroad 
Farnham Fred F., shoemaker, bds. Whitney, cor. Vernon 
Farnham Walter, shoemaker, boards Whitney, cor. Vernon 
Farrington Mary E., widow of Enoch C, house 20 Pleasant 
Fernald Ebenezer N., pastor Court st. F. B. Church, house 

31 Pleasant 
Fessenden Elizabeth R., widow of Thomas, house 17 

Drummond 
Fessenden T. A. D. Mrs., h. 15 Drummond, cor. Pleasant 



182 AUBURN [Q] DIRECTORY. 

Fickett Enos IT., shoemaker, house Cross, near Turner 

Field George D., shoemaker, house 26 Pleasant 

Field Granville IT., hydraulic cement, head mill, house 

School, near Spring 
Fitch George, bootmaker, boards 11 Main 
Fitz Simeon P., farmer, house Summer 
Fitz Andrew G., salesman, house 46 Main 
Flagg Frank, tailor, house 49 Spring 

Flynn Horace D., mason (Boston), house Pearl, opp. Pine 
Fogg Nathaniel S., harncssmaker, Main, house 12 Pleasant 
Ford Cummings, riverdriver, boards E. Harlow's Main 
Foss Benjamin B., carpenter, house 3 Hampshire 
Foss Horatio G., shoemaker, house Park, near corner Ash, 

Lewiston 
Foss James O. (Sykes & Foss), house 22 Spring 
FOSS RODNEY F., fancy goods and gents' furnishing, 

Court, opposite Auburn hall, house 29 Pleasant 
Foss Reuel, farmer, house 29 Pleasant 
Foster George B., shoemaker, boards 2 Goff 
Foster Ira, shoemaker, boards 49 Spring 
FOSTER WILLIAM W., hairdressing and shaving sa- 
loon, Elm House, Court, house Manley, near Union 
French David T. (D. T. French & Co.), grocers, Spring, 

near Court, house 16 Court 
French David T. & Co. (David T. French and Thomas 

F. Maddox), grocers, Spring, near Court 
French Nath'l, insurance, 7 Elm block, h. Academy, n. High 
Frost Clarence C, attorney, room 7 Elm block, Court, 

house 38 Pleasant 
Frost William, cabinetmaker, house 24 Main 
Frye Charles, shoemaker, boards 11 Main 
Fuller Bennett B. (B. B. Fuller & Co.), inner sole manu- 
facturers, Main, near Roak's block, liouse 42 High 
Fuller B. B. & Co. (Bennett B. Fuller and Frank P. Fuller), 

inner sole factory, Main, near Roak's block 
Fuller Frank P. (B. B. Fuller & Co.), Main, house 42 High 
Fuller Henrietta, widow of lid ward P., house 18 High 
Fuller Sophia, widow of Barnabas, house 42 High 

GAMMON ALFRED T., cutter, E. F. Packard & Co., h. 

Court, corner Goff 
Gammon William, shoemaker, boards E. Harlow's, Main 
GARCELON HORATIO G., shoe manufacturer, house 

16 Drummond 
Guy Alburt, shoemaker, boards Lisbon street, Lewiston 
Gay Charles, boot and shoe manufacturer, 1 Phcenix block, 

Main, boards Elm House 
Gay George, merchant, Lisbon st., h. Lisbon st., Lewiston 
Gay George F., asst. teacher High school, bds. at Lewiston 



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Gerrish James W., mill man, house Summer 
Gibbons William, painter, boards E. Harlow's Main 
Oilman Lawson A., bobbinmaker (Lewiston), house Vine, 

near High 
Gilman Levi W. (White, Jones & Co.), shoe manufacturers, 

4 Roak's block, Main 
Ginn Loren, shoemaker, house 46 Main 
Given Freeman L., seacaptain, house 5 Laurel 
Glora George II., shoemaker, boards 50 Drummond 
Goddard Charles O., bootmaker Pray, Shaw & Co., house 

at Lewiston 
Godwin George II., bootmaker, Young's corner, house do. 
Goft' Charles, merchant tailor and jeweller, Court, opposite 

Elm House, house head Goff, near Hampshire 
Goff Dana, house Goff, near Hampshire 
Golder Nathan, carpenter, house 10 Laurel 
Goodwin Albra, foundry, house Summer 
Goodwin Alonzo, spring-bed manufacturer, house 33 High 
Gooch John II., boards Oak, corner Goff 
Goss Charles M., peddler, house Turner road 
Goss Ellery T., tinware (Lewiston), house 24 Pleasant 
Goss Joseph, railroad employee, house Whitney 
Goss Lemuel D., cutter Pray, Shaw & Co., house Main 
Goss Tristram S., shoemaker, house rear Summer 
Gould David Y., speculator, house G Spring 
Gould George, shoemaker, house Summer 
Gould Joseph, cutter Pray, Shaw & Co., house Goff's hill 
Green 13enj. P., shoemaker, house Goti^ near Hampshire 
Greenwood Edwin F., carpenter, house Mauley 
Griggs Lizzie M., teacher Turner street Primary school, 

boards Court, corner Pleasant , 
Groves Daniel, porkdealer, house 27 Union 
Groves Edward W., porkdealer, house 27 Union 
Gurney Horace M., shoemaker, house 5 Pine 
Gurney Stillman, shoemaker, house Whitney, c. Vernon 

IIACKETT CYRUS, lumberman, h. Main, n. the bridge 

Hackett Elmer D., boards 23 Main 

Hale John T., printer (Lewiston), house 12 Hampshire 

Hall Charles F., jeweler, boards 43 Spring 

Hail Cyrus, engineer Androscoggin railroad, room 10 Elm 

block, Court 
Hall Daniel G., jeweler (Lewiston), house 43 Spring 
Hall Edwin G., blacksmith, house Park, Lewiston 
Hall Frederick A., clerk (Owen & Little, Lewiston), house 

43 Spring 
Hall John M., shoemaker, house 18 Pleasant 
Hall J. Osgood, watchman, house 8 Spring 
Hall Thomas S., carpenter, house 48 Main 



184 AUBURN [J[] DIRECTORY. 

Hall William C, physician, house Elm, near railroad 
J lam Irving T., laborer M. C. R. R., boards 20 Pleasant 
Hammond George, house 12 Court 
Hancock Charles IL, stonecutter, house 32 Union 
Hancock Richard, stonecutter, house 32 Union 
Hanover Thomas, silverplatcr (Lewiston), boards 9 Main 
Hanscom R. W., wholesale notions (Lewiston), h. 18 Court 
Hanscomb, Edwin, music teacher, 1 Auburn block, Court, 

boards Elm House 
Hanson Charles II., shoemaker, boards 32 Spring 
Harlow Alvin C, provision dealer, h. Turner, n. railroad 
Harlow Augustus, shoemaker, house 42 High 
Harlow Charles A., shoemaker, bds. Drummond, n. Spring 
Harlow Charles IL, shoemaker, house 2 Golf 
Harlow Ebenezer, butcher, house Main, near Court 
Harlow Enoch, shoemaker, house 51 Main 
Harlow Jesse, shoemaker, house 50 Spring 
Harlow John M., fireman M. C. R. R., boards E. Harlow's, 

Main 
Harlow Joseph C, shoemaker, house Manley, n. Willow 
Harlow Lucia, widow of Hollis, boards 17 Spring 
Harlow Lucius, engineer, house 50 Drummond 
Harlow Phcebe S., widow of Andrew, boards 30 Spring 
Harlow Roscoe L., physician, house 40 Spring 
Harmon George, bootmaker, house 31 Main 
Harris Isaac W., cutter E. E. Packard & Co., boards Sum- 
mer, corner Union 
Harris Nathan. C, physician and surgeon, house Spring, 

corner Court 
Harris Nathan W., student, house Spring, corner Court 
Harris William M., claim agent, office 21 Phoenix block, 

Alain, house Myrtle, near Academy 
ITascall George IL, truckman, house, GO Pleasant 
Haskell Charles E., clergyman, house 57 Spring 
Haskell Freedom, truckman, house 24 Spring 
Haskell Hannah, widow, house 35 Spring 
Haskell Isaac 2d, trader, house 20 Pleasant 
Haskell John A., clerk, boards 17 Goff 
Haskell Joseph C. (Willard, Small & Co.), 1 Phoenix block, 

Main, house Auburn heights 
Haskell Lewis W., tinsmith, h. Main n. Little river bridge 
Haskell Marshall J., tinsmith, h. Main, n. Little river bridge 
HASKELL S. FRANK, boots and shoes, Court, opposite 

Auburn block, house 22 High 
Hatch E. Turner, clerk, P. W. Woodman & Son, boards 

1 Spring 
Hathaway Mary Miss, teacher, boards 37 Pleasant 
Hawks Nathan, shoemaker, boards 11 Main 
llawkes Nathaniel S., shoemaker, house Main 



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Hayes Frank E., carpenter, house Mauley, near Temple 

Hayes George, shoemaker, boards 3 Drummond 

Hayes Stephen, carriagemaker, house 29 High 

Heath Elbridge, overseer Bates mill, house 2 High 

Hern Christiana B., widow of Gilbert D., house 14 Pine 

Ilerrick Phoebe, widow of Samuel, house 11 Union 

Hersey Levi, shoecutter, house 2G Drummond 

Hersey Leroy L., clerk, boards 2G Drummond 

Hersey Loring, operative, house 30 High 

Hicks Isaac, carpenter, house Hampshire, opposite Pearl 

Higgins Edwin O., shoemaker, house rear Summer 

Higgins Granville, shoemaker, house 23 Union 

Hill Benjamin J., fancy goods peddler, house 29 Pleasant 

Hill Caleb, carpenter 1 , house 31 Spring 

Hill Charles, clerk, Lewiston, house 22 Spring 

Hill George, shoe manufacturer, house 10 Union 

Hill George F., shoemaker, house 10 Union [Spring 

Hillman Alfred T., finisher Pray, Shaw & Co., boards 35 

Hilton Charles S., bootmaker, house 18 Main 

Hitchings Sarah A., widow of Amos, house 13 Spring 

Hodsdon Samuel, bootmaker, boards 17 Main 

Hodsdon Saml. R., bootmaker Pray, Shaw & Co., h. 5 Main 

Uolbrook William A., soap cart, house Turner, near Union 

Holland Henry L, agent Noyes' tannery, h. 19 Hampshire 

Holmes Clarence, shoemaker, boards Geo. Holmes', High 

Holmes Edward P., machinist, house Main, near Court 

Holmes Frank, shoemaker, bds. George Holmes', High 

Holmes George, boarding master, house rear Universalis! 

church, High 
Holmes James, silverplater, boards 9 Main 
Holmes William, shoemaker, bds. George Holmes', High 
House Albert W., clerk (Lewiston), house 11 Union 
House Benjamin D., teamster, h. Cross street, n. Turner 
Howard Apollos C, variety store, West Auburn 
Howard Frank T., cutter, house 20 Spring 
Howard Nellie, widow of William II., house 53 Spring 
Howard Thomas J., police judge, house 23 Pleasant 
Howe Philemon, shoemaker, house Manley, near Temple 
Hubbard Rolvin J., shoemaker, boards 19 High 
Humphrey, Nelson, shoemaker, house Union, cor. Manley 
Hunt Charles L., student, boards 7 Union 
Hunt Charles P., shoecutter, boards 15 Spring 
Hunt John M., mason, house 7 Union 
Hunt John O., sewing machines (Lewiston), h. 11 Pine 
Hunt Maynard, shoemaker, boards 49 Spring 
Hunt Nahum L., traveling salesman, house 15 Spring 
Hurd Olive L., dressmaker, house 3 Laurel place [House 
Huston Thos. A. (Huston & Boynton), baker, bds. Elm 
Huston & Boynton (Thomas A. Huston and G. M. Boyn- 
ton), cracker bakery, 25 Court, and 48 Lisbon, Lewiston 



186 Auburn [I-J] directory. 

INGALLS CHARLES R, confectionery and fancy 

goods, Main, house do. 
Ingersoll Jane Mrs., widow, house Court, n. railroad sq. 
Irish Orrin D., shoemaker, boards Railroad 
Irish William, shoemaker, house 8 Main 

JACKSON FREEMAN" L. 5 operative Bates mill, house 

Main, near the bridge 
Jackson Henry, cutter, house Main, jiear Elm 
Jackson Henry A., boards 41 Main 
Jackson Joseph, farmer, house Cottage lane 
Jackson Mary A., house Cottage lane 
Jackson Ruel G., shoemaker, house 5 School 
Jago Henry, house Main 
Jarvis Jacksar, house Manley, near Union 
Jarvis Lucy A., widow of George W., h. Manley, n. Union 
Jenkins Benjamin, farmer, h. Turner, n. County buildings 
Jenkins Benjamin F., canvasser, house 52 Pleasant 
Jenkins Harrison, book agent, house River road 
Jenkins William S., carpenter, house 4 High 
Jepson Lemuel C, shoemaker, house Summer 
Jepson Levi D., clerk, house Summer 
Jewell Brackett, shoemaker, house Summer 
Jewell George C, shoemaker, boards Summer 
Johnson Henry L., shoemaker, boards Cottage Lane 
Johnson John D., shoemaker, house 2 Drummond 
Johnson Neil, clerk I. & B. Pulsifer, boards 7 Pleasant 
Johnston James P., harnessmakcr, house 4 High 
Jones Abial M. (White Jones ct Co.), shoe manufacturers, 

4 Roak's block, Main, house College, n. Bates College 

(Lewiston) 
Jones Albert H., finisher E. F. Packard & Co., boards 2 

Drummond 
Jones David II., shoemaker, boards 50 Pleasant 
Jones James N., bootmaker Pray, Shaw & Co., h. 9 Spring 
Jones Myron W., music teacher, boards Drummond, cor. 

Railroad 
Jones Samuel C, carriage trimming, Turner, opp. Stevens, 

Kimball & Son, house Farmington road, Perryville 
Jordan Albert, shoemaker, house Cottage lane 

Jordan , widow, house Cottage lane 

Jordan Albion K. P., dry goods (Lewiston), h. 40 Pleasant 

Jordan Charles C, shoepacker, house 23 Golf 

Jordan Charles R., trader, house Myrtle near Academy 

Jordan Florian, painter, house Whitney, cor. Vernon 

Jordan Francis M., florist, house 47 Main 

Jordan Fred, shoemaker, house Cottage Lane 

Jordan James S., liverystable, Main, opp. Roak's block, h. 

4 Main 



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Jordan John B., teller First National Bank, house Hamp- 
shire, cor. Pearl 
Jordan Margaret, widow of William, house 39 High 
Jordan Nathaniel I. (Little, Smith & Co.), shoe manufact- 
urers, 9 Roak's block, Main, h. 39 High, cor. Academy 
Jordan Nathaniel W., shoemaker, boards 2 Golf 
Jordan Nicholas, shoebottomer, boards 20 Pleasant 
Jordan Noah, stonemason, house 23 Goff 
Jordan Osman, farmer, house Hampshire, near Union 
Jordan William, planingmill (Lewiston), house 10 Laurel 
Jordan William II., stonemason, house 44 Turner 
Judkins Charles, blacksmith, house 40 High 

KEEN A. S., pressman at B. C. Keen, h. near Stage road 
Keen Bartholomew C, merchant tailor, Court, cor. Main, 

house 38 Pleasant 
Keen Charles, marble cutter, house 51 Spring- 
Keen Columbus T., shoemaker, boards 4 High 
Keen Elisha, farmer, house 9 Pleasant 
Keen Isaac, jr., grocer (Lewiston), house Main, near Court 
Keene Asa, stonecutter, house 52 Pleasant 
Keene Benjamin C, shoemaker, boards 52 Pleasant 
Keene Blake, farmer, house Summer. 
Kelcey John B., hostler, house 30 Turner 
Kellogg Charles, shoemaker, boards 2 Goff 
Kieth Patrick, shoemaker, house 11 Golf 
Kieth Watson, shoemaker, house 11 Golf 
Kieth William II., house West Auburn 
Kilbourn William (Clark & Kilbourn), druggist (Lewis- 
ton), boards 37 Pleasant 
Kimball C. II., hostler, Maine hotel, house do. 
Kimball Charles E., boards Main, near Roak's block 
Kimball Cyrus B., house Main, near Roak's block 
Kimball Increase B., traveling salesman, h. 11 Drummond 
Kimball Lewellyn, shoemaker, boards 11 Drummond 
Kimball Osway, harnessmaker, boards E. Harlow's, Main 
Kimball Phineas, carpenter, house 11 Drummond 
King Albert II., bootmaker Perry, Shaw & Co., h. Turner, 

near Court 
King Lincoln, farmer, house Turner 
Kingsley Daniel, house Academy 

Kingsley Daniel, jr., shoe manufacturer, house Academy 
Kinsley Daniel W. (Moses Crafts & Co.), Railroad street, 

house Spring, near Academy 
Kinsley Edward, farmer, house 37 Spring 
Kinsley Lyman B. (L. B. Kinsley & Co.), Railroad street, 

house Railroad street 
KINSLEY L. B. & CO. (Lyman B. Kinsley, Milton J. 

Louis, & D. S. Curtis), boot and shoe manufacturers, 

Railroad street, opp. depot 



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Knight James II., foreman Cook & Strout, Main, corner 

Court, house 4 School 
Knight Mark, machinist, house Main, near Court 
Knight Nathaniel, butcher, house Turner 
Knights Charles, shoemaker, house 37 Spring 
Knights L. B., clergyman, house 37 Spring 
Kyle Amos, farmer, house Turner road 

LAKIN DAVID A., shoemaker, house Whitney 
Lamson Frank G., bookkeeper Gray's manufactory, Phoenix 

block, Main, boards 37 Pleasant 
Landers Nathan II., dry goods (Lewiston), house 42 Main 
Lane Frank L., shoemaker, house Whitney 
Lane Mary J., widow of Charles C, house 33 High 
Lapham David, farmer, house 35 Turner 
Larrabee Charles, shoemaker, boards 19 High 
Laughton Nelson J., shoemaker, house 18 Turner 
Leader Richard, section hand railroad, house Railroad 
Learned Benjamin, farmer, house 32 Pleasant 
LEARNED JOHN R. (Stimson & Learned), dry goods 

and groceries, house 32 Pleasant 
Leavitt David H., stonecutter, house 3 High 
Leavitt Edwin M., last manufacturer (Lewiston), h. Oak, 

near Hampshire 
Leavitt George D., stonecutter, house 3 High 
Leavitt Walter, shoemaker, boards 15 Main 
Lewis Benjamin, miller, house Perryville 
Lewis Benjamin F., miller, house Turner road 
Lewis Michael, bootmaker, house 25 Main 
Libby Abraham, carpenter, house 4 Spring 
Libby Andrews, carpenter, house 5 Pleasant 
Libby Daniel B. (Cook cvj Libby), shoe manufacturer, 8 

Roak's block, Main, house Whitney, near River 
Libby Elbridge, bootmaker Pray, Shaw cvj Co., house at 

Lewiston 
Libbey Frederick, carpenter, house 3 Pine 
Libby Lewis F., carpenter, house Mauley 
Libby Lucinda, widow of I. E., h. Drummond, n. High 
Libby Martha J., widow of Thurston, house 41 Main 
Libby Stanley, carpenter, house Manley 
Libby William, cashier First National Bank, Phoenix blk., 

boards Maine Hotel 
Libby Winfield S., telegrapher M. C. R. R., Court and 

Railroad streets, boards 31 Court 
Libby Woodman, cutter, boards 24 High 
Linscott Albert, shoemaker, boards 41 Main 
Linscott William, shoemaker, house 41 Main 
Little Edward A. (Little, Smith & Co.), shoe mnfr., 9 

Roak's block, Main, house 44 Main 



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Little Fannie EL, widow of Thomas P., house 26 Main 
LITTLE HENRY, postmaster, house 15 High 
Little Lucy, widow of Edward, house Elm, corner Main 
Little, Smith & Co. (Edward A. Little, Turner II. Smith 

and Nathaniel I. Jordan), serge boots manufacturers! 

9 Roak block , 

Littlefield Hosea, truckman, house 19 Spring 
Littleficld Joseph, agent M. C. R. R., Court and Railroad 

street, house 10 Spring 
LITTLEFIELD THOMAS, mayor, house county build- 
ings, office do. 
LITTLEFIED & DORMAN, wood and coal, Court, opp. 

Railroad square 
Livermore Henry S., proprietor Auburn House, Court, 

opposijte Auburn block 
Lord James L., carriagemaker,, h. Court, opp. Elm House 
Lord Lewis G., blacksmith, Turner, opp. Court-house, h. 

34 Spring 
Lord Luville, blacksmith, house 34 Spring 
Lord Reuben F., shoemaker, house 31 Spring 
LORING MILTON J. (L. B. Kinsley & Co.), Railroad 

street, opposite depot, boards 18 Court 
Lothrop Betsey, widow of Leavitt, house 33 High 
Lothrop George, shoe manufacturer, house 40 High 
Lovejoy Frank E., shoemaker, h. Cross, n. Summer 
Lowell Henry, dry goods, house Drummond, near M 



am 



Lucas Oliver, shoemaker, house 42 Pleasant 

Lucas Oliver, cutter E. F. Packard & Co., house. Spring, 

near Elm 
Luce Fred., teamster, house Perryville 
Luce Fred. W., miller, h. Turner, opp. school-house 
Luce Nahaina, widow of Saunders, house 30 Turner 
Luce Orrin, overseer street laborers, house Turner, opp. 

school-house 

Jjuce , carpenter, boards 3 Drummond 

Luf kin Samuel, blacksmith, house 32 Union 
Luques Orlando, engineer M. C. R. R., house 60 Spring 
Lyon Frank, shoemaker, boards Oak, corner Pine 
Lyon George TV., shoemaker, house Oak, corner Pine 
Lyons Nelson, silverplater, boards 9 Main 

MADDOX THOMAS F. (D. F. French & Co.), grocer, 

Spring, near Court, house Auburn heights 
Manley Abel, shoemaker, boards 16 High 
Manly Stillman, shoemaker, house 6 Turner 
Manson John S., express messenger, house Main, corner 

Drummond 
Marr William, house 5 Laurel 
Marrow Mattie E., teacher High school, boards 33 High 



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Marshall Ella F. Miss, teacher W. Auburn Primary school 
Marshall George, barber Elm House shop, Court, boards 

Harlow, Main 
Marson George, barber, boards E. Harlow's, Main 
Martin Frank, shoemaker, boards 9 Main 
Martin "Washington M., shoemaker, boards 23 Main 
Mason Andrew G., express driver, house 8 Turner 
Mason Ludelphus W., boottreer Pray, Shaw & Co., house 

14 Court, corner Spring ' 
Mason Royal M., bootmaker, house 47 Spring 
Mason Tammy, widow of Isaiah, h. Myrtle, near Academy 
Mathews G. P. Rev., Pastor Court street Baptist Church, 

house Court, near Railroad 
Maxfield George W., card maker (Lewiston), h. 20 Goff 
Maxwell James T., shoemaker, bds. Manley, cor. Temple 
May John W., lawyer (Lewiston), boards 31 High 
May Seth, lawyer (Lewiston), house 2 Laurel place 
Mayberry Herbert M., clerk, house 6 Turner 
Mayberry Thomas N., teamster, house Turner, opposite 

County buildings 
Mayo Sarah A., widow of Johnson, h. Whitney n. Vernon 

Mayo , carpenter, boards 20 Pleasant 

McCane David, foundry hand, h. Myrtle, near Academy 
McCarty Hannah, widow of Michael, house 54 Spring 
McKenney Andrew, tanner, house Oak, corner Pine 
McKnight John, blacksmith, boards 15 Main 
McKnight John F., blacksmith, house 2 Drummond 
Mellen James, bootmaker Pray, Shaw & Co., h. Summer, 

cornci- Union 
Merrill Charles B. (Charles B. Merrill & Co.), grocers, 2d 
door below Phoenix block, Main, house 20 High, cor. 
Drummond 
Merrill Charles B. & Co. (Charles B. Merrill, and L. W. 

Sanborn), 2d door below Phoenix block, Main 
Merrill Emery, cutter E. F. Packard & Co., boards 11 Main 
Merrill Frank, shoemaker, house Court 
Merrill Frank P., cutter Pray, Shaw & Co., bds. 11 Spring 
Merrill Harvey W., clerk (A. Cushman's), boards Drum- 
mond, near Spring 
Merrill Jacob 1ST., carpenter, house 29 Turner 
MERRILL JOHN L. (Richards & Merrill, Lewiston), 

house 34 High 
Merrill Lucius, carpenter, house Drummond, cor. Railroad 
Merrill M. L., shoemaker, house 21 Hampshire 
Merrill Samuel F. (A. Cushman), boot and shoe manufac- 
turer, Court, house 28 Pleasant 
Merrill Stephen S., shoemaker, house Hotel road 
Merrill Thomas, bootmaker Pray, Shaw & Co., h. 11 Spring 
Merrow Mary J., widow of Hiram, house Cottage lane 



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Miller Addison A., shoemaker, house 4G Spring 

Miller Frank, tanner, boards Turner, near County buildings 

Miller John E., clerk Miller & Randall, boards Main, near 

Main Hotel 
Miller Setli P. (Miller & Randall), Main, house Main, near 

Main Hotel 
Miller William A., currier, house Summer, corner Union 
Miller & Randall (Setli P. Miller and John T. Randall), 

shoe manufacturers, Main 
Millett Calvin, shoemaker, house 4 Golf 
Milliken Abram II., student, house 5 Pine 
Mitchell Thomas P., shoemaker, house Hampshire, opp. 

Pearl 
Mitchell Wesley, shoemaker, boards 15 Main 
Mitchell Willis, shoemaker, boards Whitney, cor. Vernon 
Mixer Lewis, leathercutter, house Court, corner High 
Mixer William, blacksmith, boards rear Stevens, Kimball 

& Son's factory 
Moody Asbury, carpenter, house Turner 
Moody Augustus B., shoemaker, boards 32 Spring 
Moody George P., machinist, house 22 Goff 
Moody J. Fred., carpenter, boards 32 Spring 
Moore Ann, widow, house 37 High 
Moore Augustus, barber, house 37 High 
Moore Edward G., house Summer 
Moore Erlon, shoemaker, house 37 High 
Moore Frank E., baker, house foot of Summer 
Moore James II., machinist Continental mill, house Turner, 

corner Hampshire 
Moore William, carpenter, house 30 Main 

Morey , peddler, house 2 high 

Morrill Nahum (Morrill & Wing), attorney, 2 Phoenix blk., 

Main, house Auburn heights 
Morse Ephraim C, molder etc. (Lewiston), house 7 

Drummond 
Morse Mark, overseer A. Cushman's, house Spring, corner 

Elm 
Morse Osgood, tanner, house foot of Summer 
Morton Albion, bootmaker, boards 11 Main 
Mossley Joseph, shoemaker, house Manley, near Willow 
Moulton Calvin, teamster Willis, Parsons & Co., h. Main 
Moulton John C, teamster, house 33 Main 
Mower Augustus A., hairdresser, house 37 High 
Munsou II. C, pastor Universalist church, North Auburn 
Munroe James & Co. (James Munroe, Noble N. Munroe, 

ancl Henry M. Faokard), shoe imifrs., West Auburn 
Munroe Nelson H., shoemaker, house 28 Hampshire 
Munroe William, machinist, house 45 Main 
Munroe Wm. F., clerk (Lewiston), boards 45 Main 



192 AUBURN [j\ T -0"P3 DIRECTORY. 

NASH EDWIN" A., railroad employee, house Manley 
Nash Frank, shoemaker, boards Cross, near Turner 
Nash James S., railroad employee, house Manley 
Nason Charles F., gunsmith (Lewiston), house 7 Goff 
Nevens Elias M., shipmaster, house 22 Union 
Nevens Samuel, joiner, house Whitney 
Nevens Charles E., jeweller, Goff, house 4 Main 
Newell Edward, shoemaker, house 20 High 
Newell Freeman, music, 1 Auburn block, Court, house 

Cole, Lewiston 
Nickerson, James O., operative, house 25 Main 
Niles Frank E., cutter Pray, Shaw & Co., boards 35 Spring 
Niles Joseph, shoemaker, house rear Summer 
Niles Lydia, widow of Erastus N., house 23 Main 
Niles Samuel A., merchant tailor with Goffj boards Keen's, 

Lewiston 
North Emma H. Miss, teacher Grammar School, boards 

Drummond, near High 
Noyes John, shoemaker, house 21 Union 
Noyes John V., cabinetmaker, house 7 School 
Noyes Lizzie Mrs., widow of Sumner, house 10 Court 
Nqyes Rufus K., farmer, house Whitney, corner Vernon 

O'NEAL JOHN, laborer, house Turner 
Osgood Isaac, variety store, North Auburn 
Owen Edwin N., marble worker, house 3 Spring 
Owen Robert M. (Owen & Little, Lewiston), hardware 
dealer, house 40 Spring 

PACKARD E. F. & CO. (Eliphalet F. Packard and 

Benjamin F. Briggs), shoe manufacturers, 4 Phoenix 

block, Main 
Packard Eliphalet F. (E. F. Packard & Co.), Phoenix 

block, Main, house Elm, corner High 
Packard Frank II., bookkeeper E. F. Packard & Co., house 

Elm, corner High 
Packard Roxanna, widow of Stephen, house 4S Main 
Page Charles II., bootmaker Pray, Shaw <fc Co., house 17 

Drummond, near Spring 
Page Flavins J., cutter, house 22 Main 
Page Lorenzo D., shoemaker, house 11 Spring 
Paine Daniel C, proprietor Main Hotel, Main, opposite 

Roak's Block, house do. 
Palmer Charles, shoemaker, house 5 High 
Parcher Celinda T., widow of Mark N., house 7 Goff 
Parcher William, shoemaker, house 17 High 
Parker Charles II., shoemaker, house 17 Turner 
Parker Diana, widow of Charles, house 17 Turner 
Parker Frank, shoemaker, boards 17 Drummond 



AUBURN [P] DIRECTORY. 193 

Parker James S., shoemaker, h. Turner, opp. school-house 

Parker Nathan, printer, house 3 Laurel 

Parker Scott, butcher, boards 31 Main 

Parker Scwell C, shoemaker, house 17 Turner 

Parsons Albert L., operative Continental mill, house Court, 

opposite Elm House 
Parsons Betsey M., widow of Lemuel C, house Vernon, 

near Turner 
Parsons Solomon (Willis, Parsons <fc Co.), Main, house 21 

Pleasant 
Paul Ether S. (Goddard & Paul, Lewiston), dry goods, h. 

Academy, corner Elm 
Peables James W., grocer, house 38 Main 
Pearl Royal, shoemaker, boards 35 High 
Pemberton George W., shoemaker, house 14 Pine 
Penly Hannah M., widow of William, house Drummond, 

near High 
Penly Josiah, fur buyer, house 9 School 
Penley Martin W., shoemaker, boards Oak, corner Pine 
Pennell Aretus, policeman, boards E. Harlow's, Main 
PERIIAM AURESTUS S., dry goods (Lewiston), house 

17 Goff 
Perkins Enos, cigar manufacturer, East Auburn 
Perkins Joseph, dry goods, house Main, near Court 
Perkins Josiah, bootmaker, boards 45 Main 
Perno Nicholas B., shoemaker, Main, house 24 High 
Perry Alanson, carriagemaker, house 53 Spruce 
PERRY THOMAS G., watches, jewelry, &c., North Au- 
burn road 
Perry William J., cutter, house 30 Union 
Pettengill Andrew C, farmer, house Turner 
Pettengill Holmes, bootmaker, 11 Main 
Pettengill William W., shoemaker, house Summer 
Peverly Dexter P., shoemaker, house 46 Main 
Phillips Auletus, carpenter, house 5 High 
Phillips Roscoe N., brakeman M. C. railroad, h. 3 High 
Phillips Washburn, shoemaker, house 50 Pleasant 
Plrinncy George F., carpenter, house 17 Union 
Pickard Charles H., shoemaker, house 30 Union 
Pickard John (John F. Cobb & Co.), shoe manufacturers, 

house Drummond, near High 
Pickard Samuel, woolen manufacturer, h. Elm, near Main 
Pickard Samuel H., firmer, house 36 Union 
Pickering Betsey, widow of Daniel, boards 24 High 
Pierce Edward R., watches, jewelry, Court, n. Bridge, h. do. 
Pierce E. R. Mrs., millinery, house Court, near Bridge 
Pierce George A., clairvoyant, house Main, near Court 
Pierce Irving A., cutter, house Main, near Court 
Pike Albert R., shoemaker, house 36 Goff 
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Pike C. E., shoemaker, boards Railroad 

Pike George T., bootmaker, house 19 Pleasant 

Poland John C, carriagemaker, house 14 School 

Pompilly Allen, shoemaker, house Summer, corner Union 

Pompilly James W., bootmaker Pray, Shaw & Co., boards 

Summer, corner Union 
Potter Benjamin, jr., shoemaker, house rear Summer 

Pratt , baggagemaster M. C. R. R., bds. 37 Pleasant 

Pratt Charles, shoemaker, boards 2 Drummond 

Pratt Charles C, cutter E. F. Packard & Co., bds. Main, 

corner Drummond 
Pratt Cyrus Nt, bootmaker Pray, Shaw & Co., bds. Court, 

corner Main 
Pratt Lloyd, tinsmith, boards 2 Drummond 
Pray Almon C. (Pray, Shaw & Co.), boot and shoe man- 
ufacturer, 8 Phoenix block, Main, h. 17 Drummond 
Pray Leonard A., cutter Pray, Shaw & Co., boards 17 

Drummond 
Preble Calista A. Miss, teacher, boards 46 Main 
Preble Marcellus B., dentist, Court, corner Main, house 

head Court 
Preble Susan, widow of Samuel L., house 4G Main 
Prescott Moses B., bootmaker, boards 15 Main 
Prince Freeman B., shoemaker, house Go ft", n. Hampshire 
Prince Kendall, bootmaker, boards 20 Hampshire 
Proctor Charles F., farmer, house Cottage lane 
Proctor Henry A., painter, house Cottage lane 
Proctor Uriah, sole-leather cutter, house 30 Union 
Pulsifer Horatio B. (Pulsifer, Roak & Co.), shoe manu- 
facturer, G Roak's block, Main, house 7 Pleasant 
Pulsifer James, shoemaker, house Cottage lane 
Pulsifer Josiah D., phonographic reporter, h. 5 Drummond 
Pulsifer Pitman, reporter, house 5 Drummond 
Pulsifer, Roak & Co. (Horatio B. Pulsifer, Geo. M. Roak, 
and Willard M. Dunn), shoe manufacturers, 6 Roak's 
block, Main 
Pulsifer Wilson, grocer, house 10 Main 
Pushaw Prescott F., section hand Bates mill, h. 25 Pleasant 
Putnam James F., shoemaker, boards 45 Main 

RAMSDELL ORIN, sole-leather cutter Pray, Shaw & 

Co., boards Auburn House 
Randall Daniel H., mason, house Elm, opposite Spring 
Randall John T. (Nutter & Randall), Main, house Main, 

near Maine Hotel 
Randall William, cutter, house 9 Union 
Ray Elsie P., widow of Jonathan, house Manley, n. Oak 
Raymond Fred., locksmith (Lewiston), boards 17 Spring 
Raynes II. E. Miss, teacher Pine Street Grammar school, 

boards Turner 



AUBURN [R] DIRECTORY". 195 

Raynes Nathaniel, chairmaker, house Turner 

Head Adolphus S., shoemaker, house 17 Union 

Read Dan., speculator, house 2 Hampshire 

Read Joseph F., railroad employee, house 17 Union 

Record Calvin, lawyer, house Academy, opp. Myrtle 

Record Millen W., shoemaker, house Pearl, corner Pine 

Reed Charles, shoemaker, boards Whitney, cor. Vernon 

Reed Fred. D., baker, boards 6 Spring 

Rendall Emily B., widow of Robert li., house 42 Main 

Reynolds Nelson B. (Willard, Small <fc Co.), 1 Phconix 

block, Main, house 22 Main 
Revnolds Samuel L., operative (Lewiston), h. River road 
RICHARDS DAVID O. (Richards & Merrill, Lewiston), 

clothiers, house Vine, near High 
Richards Hannah E. Miss, clerk Post-office, boards J. O. 

Foss's, Spring 
Richards Loring, coachman, boards S. Pickard's, Elm 
Richardson Eunice Mrs., house 17 High 
Richardson Lucy M. Mrs., house Hampshire, near Union 
Ricker Charles IT., cutter, boards 25 Hampshire 
Ricker J. Wesley, packer E. F. Packard & Co., h. 10 School 
Roak Algernon M., clerk J. Dingley & Co., house 2 Myrtle 
Roak George M, (Pulsifer, Roak & Co.), shoe manufac- 
turers, 6 Roak's block, Main, house 37 High 
Roak Jacob II., prest. First Nat. Bank, h. Elm, n. High 
Robbins Hannah L., widow of John B., house 11 Main 
Robbins James S., bootmaker, house Main, near bridge 
Roberts Emma L., widow of Charles, h. Main, near Court 
Robie Jacob, operative, house Drummond 
Robinson Alvin, painter, boards E. Harlow's, Main 
Robinson Arthur, bootmaker, boards 15 Main 
Robinson Isaac S., carpenter, house 7 Spring 
Robinson William A. (Robinson & Beede), opp. Court, 

house 14 Court 
ROBINSON & BEEDE (William A., and Joshua W. 

Beede), druggists and apothecaries, Court, opp. Main 
Rogers John F., welter E. F. Packard & Co., bds. 45 Main 
Rogers Mattie A. Miss, teacher Grammar school, boards 

Burnham Foss's, Hampshire 
Rolfe John, grocer, house Manley, corner Temple 
Rolfe Lottie S. Miss, teacher Pine street Primary school, 

boards 3 Hampshire 
Ross George R., shoemaker, house Whitney, near Vernon 
Ross Reuben II., stonedresser, h. Myrtle, near Academy 
Rounds Fontaine, leather cutter, house Court 
Howe Mrs., widow, house Turner, nonr Vernon 
Rowe William F., dentist, house 21 High 
Rowe William H., clerk, house Academy, near High 
Rowe William W., commission merchant, house Academy, 

near High 



196 AUBURN [g] DIRECTORY. 

Russell George, bootmaker Pray, Shaw & Co., h. 25 Main 
Russell Samuel, carriage painter, boards High 
Russell William A., boards Maine Hotel 

SAMPSON ASHBURY K, shoemaker, h. Whitney, n. 

Vernon 
Sampson Hiram W., shoemaker, house Cottage lane 
Sampson Lot F., farmer, house Whitney, corner Vernon 
Sanborn Levi W. (Charles B. Merrill & Co.), grocers, 2d 

door below Phoenix block, house at Haverhill, Mass. 
Sanders Charles, shoemaker, house 29 High 
Saunders Eben R, clerk, boards Court, n. Railroad square 
Saunders Kimball V., shoemaker, house 57 Spring 
Sawyer Levi, laborer, house 8 Goff 
Sears John, founder, house 51 Main 
Shaw Burton, shoemaker, boards E. Harlow's, Main 
Shaw C. William, shoemaker, boards Railroad 
Shaw Charles, shoemaker, house 58 Pleasant 
Shaw Frank J., shoemaker, boards 50 Drummond 
Shaw Joseph C. (Pray, Shaw & Co.), boot and shoe man- 
ufacturers, 8 Phoenix block, Main, house G2 Pleasant 
Shaw Joseph C, finisher Pray, Shaw & Co., house Pleasant, 

corner Hampshire 
Shaw Wm, B., shoecutter, house 49 Spring 
Skinner Calvin G. (Chase & Skinner, 2 Phoenix block, 

Main), house 14 Hampshire 
Skinner Davis N". Dr., house Elm block, room 5 
Small David, peddler, house Willow, near Pine 
Small II. A. Mrs., proprietor Mrs. Small's Ointment, house 

Willow, near Pine 
Small Lucy A. Miss, teacher Intermediate school, Academy 

street, boards 11 Drummond 
Small Willard (Willard Small & Co.), 1 Phoenix block, 

Main, house Auburn heights 
Small Willard & Co. (Willard Small, N. B. Reynolds and 

Joseph C. Haskell), 1 Phoenix block, Main 
Smith Albert, harnessmaker, boards 15 Slain 
Smith Ashley B., shoemaker, house Oak, corner Hampshire 
SMITH CHARLES E., druggist, 5 Phoenix block, Main, 

boards Elm House 
Smith Charles IT., cutter, house 6 Spring 
Smith Charles O., millman, house 13 High 
Smith Dexter W., agent Weed Sewing Machine, house 

32 High 
Smith Elizabeth A., widow of Foster, house 17 Spring- 
Smith Frank, shoemaker, house Court 
Smith Hannibal R., Lewiston Falls marble yard, Court 

street, Auburn, house Pleasant, near Hampshire 
Smith Isaac, shoemaker, house 32 High 



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Smith Isaac A., fancy goods (Lewiston), h. Pine, n. Oak 

Smith Joanna, widow of Hiram, boards 40 Spring 

Smith Joseph J., carpenter, house 52 Spring 

Smith Samuel S., shoemaker, house 26 Goff 

Smith Turner II. (Little^ Smith & Co.), shoe manufacturers 

9 Roak's block, Main, house 27 Spring 
Smith Wallace, shoecutter, house Oak, near Hampshire 
Smith Winfield, shoemaker, house 15 Union 
Snow William, shoemaker, house Myrtle, near Academy 
Soule Virgil 1ST., cutter, house Union 
Spooner Elvira Mrs., house 50 Drummond 
Sprague Greene, carriagemaker, house 16 Union 
Sprague Henry M., bookkeeper First National Bank, house 

16 Union 
Sprague Silas, register of deeds Androscoggin county, 

office County buildings, house 16 Union 
Staples Algernon B., bootmaker Pray, Shaw & Co., boards 

58 Pleasant 
Staples Josiah, shoecutter, house 49 Spring 
Starbird John, shoemaker, boards 2 GofY 
Starbird William II., millman, house Summer 
Staten Eunice G., widow of Henry, h. Vernon, n. Turner 
Stevens Aaron, house 30 Spring 
Stevens Charles A., shoemaker, house 23 Hampshire 
Stevens Charles D., carringepainter, house Turner 
Stevens D. C, house rear Stevens, Kimball & Son's factory 
Stevens Daniel B., blacksmith, house Willow, near Pine 
Stevens Elias, farmer, house 8 Main 
Stevens Enos II., shoemaker, boards 34 Spring 
Stevens Eva A. Miss, teacher, house 8 Main 
Stevens Prank, shoemaker, boards 23 Union 
Stevens George B., druggist with Charles E. Smith, boards 

Elm House 
Stevens James M., truckman, boards 20 Pleasant 
Stevens, Kimball & Son (1). C. Stevens, Cyrus B. Kimball, 

and Charles E. Kimball), carriage makers, Turner, near 

Hampshire • 

Stevens Marshall, shoemaker, house 8 Main 
Stewart Isaac, bottomer, boards 20 Pleasant 
Stickney Frances II. Miss, school teacher, house Union, 

near Summer 
Stickney Gilbert, shoemaker, house Union, near Summer 
Stickney Guilford, bootmaker Pray, Shaw & Co., house 

Union, near Turner 
STIMSON JOHN (Stimpson & Learned), dry goods and 

groceries, house 40 Pleasant 
STIMSON & LEARNED (John Stimson and J. P. 

Learned), dry goods and groceries, Auburn block, ■ 

Court 



198 AUBURN [T] DIRECTORY. 

Stockbridge Bradford, foundry hand, boards Myrtle, corner 

Academy 
Stockbridge Randall, machinist, house 36 High 

Stockbridge , shoemaker, boards 9 Main 

Stoddard Lafayette, shoemaker, house 30 Hampshire 

Stone Elmer D., last mnfr. (Lewiston), bds. 27 Spring 

Storeh Fred II., painter, house Manley, opposite Oak 

Storeh Thomas, painter, house Manley, opposite Oak 

Stover James T., carpenter, boards 15 Spring 

Stratton Lyman, bootmaker, boards 11 Main 

Stratton William, bootmaker, boards 11 Main 

Strout Charles, laborer, house 46 Spring 

Strout Charles 13., clerk, house Spring, near Drummond 

Strout David, shoemaker, house 36 High 

Strout David B., dentist, house 21 High 

Strout Erastus G., shoemaker, house 20 Union 

Strout Geo. E. (Cook & Strout), tinware, h. 14 Pleasant 

Strout Geo. W., boarding-master, house 6 Spring 

Strout Knowlton, shoemaker, boards 6 Spring 

Sturgis Eliza, widow, house 23 Pleasant 

Sturgis James E., apothecary 77 Lisbon, Lewiston, house 

12 Court 
Sturtevant William P., shoecutter, h. Laurel, opp. the river 
Sullivan Daniel, teamster, house 29 Spring 
Sullivan Michael, foundryman, boards 29 Spring 
Swett Almon W., carpenter, house 8 Pleasant 
Sweetser Sewell F., hostler Jordan's livery stable, Main, 

boards 4 Main 
Sykes Robert M. (Sykes & Foss), house 6 Main 
Sykes Thomas E., tailor, house 27 Pleasant 
Sykes & Foss (Robert M. Sykes, and James O. Foss), mer- 
chant tailors, Court, near Main 
Symmes John C. (Symmes & Atwood), meat, fish, &c, 

Main, house 6 Main 
Symmes & Atwood (John C. Symmes, & Abram Atwood), 
meat, fish, and vegetables, old market, Main 

TALBOT JOSIAII, boot-turner Pray, [Shaw & Co., h. 

Court, near Main 
Talcott Alva W., shoemaker, house Cross, near Summer 
Tarr Philip II., foundry hand, house Summer 
Teague Addie L. Miss, teacher Primary school (Academy 

street), boards 35 High 
Teague Albeit E., drug clerk, house 35 High 
Teague Mary E., widow of Daniel II., house 35 High 

Tenney , widow, house 5 Pleasant 

Thomas John B., shoemaker, house 56 Spring 
Thomas William, blacksmith, house 56 Spring 
Thomas William II., shoemaker, house 56 Spring 



AUBURN [Y] DIRECTORY. 109 

Thome Orland, shoemaker, boards Whitney, cor. Vernon 
Thompson Hannibal, bootmaker Pray, Shaw & Co., house 

9 Spring 
Thompson Otis S., shoemaker, house r. 30 Union 
Tibbetts Alford, shoemaker, boards Railroad 
Tibbetts John E., grain-mills, head Mill, h. 42 Pleasant 
Toothaker Charles L., physician, 4 Elm block, boards 37 

Pleasant 
Toothaker George, boarding-master, house 37 Pleasant 
Toothaker George D., insurance agent, boards 37 Pleasant 
Totman Levi D., shoemaker, house 22 Union 
Tracy James, millman, house 30 High 
Tracy L. L. (Atwood ct Tracy), grocers, Court, house 

Merrill hill 
Tracy Nathaniel B., shoemaker, house Turner road 
Tracy Samuel, laborer, house Main, near Court 
Trask John, shoemaker, boards Whitney, corner Vernon 
Trask Osborne, shoemaker, house 30 Spring 
Tribon Stephen G., cutter E. F. Packard & Co., house 2 

Drummond 
True Eleanor, widow of David, house 34 Spring 
TRUE JOHN F., proprietor True's Worm Elixir, etc., h. 

Drummond, near Main 
True Thomas B., shoe manufacturer, boards Railroad 
True T. J., pastor Methodist church, North Auburn 
TRUFANT ARBA II., shoe manufacturer, Court, h. 49 

Spring 
Truefant James L., shoecutter, house Court, corner Goff 
Tubbs Edwin, shoemaker, house Cross, near Turner 
Turner James R., carpenter, house Mauley, near Temple 
Turner Joseph II., heelcutter Pray, Shaw & Co., house 35 

Spring 
Turner Louisa, widow of Elisha, house 35 Spring 
Turner Nathaniel, stonemason, house Main, near Court 
Tuttle Russell S., cutter E. F. Packard & Co., h. Merrill 

hill 
Tuttle Wallace W., bootmaker, boards 11 Main 
Twitchell Austin F., shoemaker, bds. Auburn House, Court 

VALENTINE ELMER, boot-treer Pray, Shaw & Co., 

boards 14 Court 
Verrill Alden J., teamster, house 57 Spring 
Verrill Daniel L., shoemaker, boards 30 Union 
Verrill Dexter W., baggage-master M. C. Railroad, house 

24 Spring 
Verrill Edward A., farmer, house Cottage lane 
Verrill Henry II., foundryman, house Cross, near Turner 
Verrill Louisa, widow of Stephen, house 41 Spring 
Verrill Millard A., shoemaker, boards 2 Golf 



200 AUBURN f\Y] DIHECTORY. 

Vickery Fairfield, farmer, house 1 Laurel 
Vickery John, farmer, house 31 Main 
Vosmus Edwin II., machinist, boards 1 Spring 
Vosmus Tliomas, laborer, house Laurel, near river 

WAGG G. WILLIAM, inner soles and stiffening, Main, 

next door south Pickard block, house 22 High 
Wagg I [art well K„ book-keeper, boards 22 High 
Wagg Joshua M., tanner, house 22 High 
"Wago Joseph, heelfinisher Pray, Shaw & Co., bds. Turner 
Walker Laforest B., clerk, house 86 Spring 
Walker Sumner B., grocer, house 36 Spring 
Walton Alexander, lumberman, house 51 Spring 
Washburn William II., policeman, house 4 High 
Waterhouse Harriet, widow of Seward, house 35 Spring 
Waterman Alvan, grocer, East Auburn 
Waterman John O., house 23 Hampshire 
Waterman Lynda, widow of Otis, house 23 Hampshire 
Watson Fred. O., Eastern Express messenger, house 3 

Laurel place 
Watson Henry J., shoemaker, house 3 Laurel place 
Watson Joseph, shoemaker, boards H. C. Dexter's, Main 
Watson Mary II., widow of Ordley, house 3 Laurel place 
Watson Murray B., book-keeper A. Cushman's, house 22 

Hampshire 
Webb George, blacksmith (Lewiston), house 6 Goff 
Webber George, operative, house 2 High 
Webster William E., machinist, house 10 Main 
Weeks How (Pray, Shaw & Co.), boot and shoe manu- 
facturers, 8 Phoenix block, Main, h. Turner, Perryville 
Weir Joseph, shoemaker, boards George Holmes's, High 
Wells Nathaniel, boarding-master, house Main, near Court 
West John W., marble worker (West, Wing & Co., Lew- 
iston), house 38 High 
West Obadiah S., stonecutter, house Summer 
Weston Henry, shoemaker, h. Drummond, opp. Railroad 
Whalley Samuel J., operative Lewiston mills, h. 32 Union 
Wheelock Fred. B., broker (Lewiston), h. 4 Laurel place 
Wheelock Horace A., house 4 Laurel place 
White Albion P. (White, Jones & Co.), shoe manufac- 
turer, 4 Roak's block, Main, h. High, n. Main, Lewiston 
White Charles D., engineer, house 17 Main 
White Eliphalet, shoemaker, house 49 Main • 
White Hattie E. Mrs., house Main, near Court 
White James, carpenter, house Cross, near Turner 
White, Jones & Co. (Albion P. White, Abial M. Jones, 
and Levi W., Gilman), shoe manufacturers, 4 Roak's 
block, Main 
White Osmond, bootmaker, boards 15 Main 



AUBURN [~\Y~\ DIRECTORY. 201 

Whitehouse Arthur, student, boards Union, cor. Manley 
Whiteliouse David, mason, house Manley, corner Union 
Whitehouse Eben, mason, boards Union, corner Manley 
Whitehouse George, student, boards Union, cor. Manley 
Whitman Angela, widow of Edwin, h. 23 Hampshire 
Whitman Herbert S., shoemaker, house Pearl, cor. Pine 
Whitman Horace 0., tinsmith, boards 4 Spring 
Whitman Mary J., teacher Pine street Primary school, 

boards School, near Railroad 
Whitman Royal E., colonel U. S. A., house Vine, n. High 
Whitney Alden, leather-cutter, boards Pleasant 

Whitney , watchman, boards 4 High 

Whitmore Enoch, blacksmith, house 49 Main 
Whittemore James, shoemaker, bds. Geo. Holmes', Main 
WIGGIN DANIEL W., druggist (Lewiston), h. 32 High 
Wiggin Henry L. K., physician, 31 High, house do. 
Wiggin William II., trimmings, and ladies' and gents' 

furnishing goods, 1 Phoenix block, Main, h. 27 High 
Wight Joseph H., shoemaker, boards Main 
Wight Osman E., shoemaker, house 15 Main 
Wilbur William Y., fancy goods (Lewiston), h. 5 School 
Wiley Elizabeth, widow of Irving, boards 27 Pleasant 
Willett Bernard, laborer, h. back Hill mill, Lewiston 
Williams Frank, shoemaker, boards 11 Drummond 
Williams O. Scott, principal Auburn Grammar school, h. 

Gl Spring, corner Elm 
Willis Henry (Willis, Parsons & Co.), Main, h. 14 High 
Willis Merritt (Willis, Parsons & Co.), Main, res. Main 
WILLIS, PARSONS & CO. (Henry Willis, Solomon 
Parsons, and Merritt Willis), flour, grain, feed, &c, 
wool-carding, Main 
Wilson Frank, pressman Sykes & Foss, boards 1 Spring 
Wing Frank, shoemaker, house 10 Spring 
Wing George C. (Morrill & Wing), attorney, 2 Phoenix 

block, Main, house Turner, near Vernon 
Wing Greenleaf (West, Wing & Co.), marble worker 

(Lewiston), house 38 High 
Wing Preston B., marbleworker, house 31 High 
Wood Cyrus K., shoemaker, house Summer, cor. Union 
Wood Justus C. (L. Wood & Son), harnesses, house 37 

Pleasant, corner Court 
Wood Lyman (L. Wood & Son), harnesses, h. 9 Drum- 
mond 
WOOD LYMAN & SON (Lyman, & Justus C.Wood), 

harness manufacturers, Court, opposite Elm house 
Wood Roscoe, shoemaker, house Manley 
Wood Samuel O., depot master, M. C. R. R., h. 39 Spring 
Woodbury Horatio, student, boards Myrtle, n. Academy 
Woodbury Nathan F., paymaster Lewiston mills, house 
12 High 



202 AUBURN [Y] DIRECTORY. 

Woodbury Sumner W., peddler, house 12 High 
Woodman Ella II. Miss, teacher, East Auburn, boards 

Mr. Furbish's 
Woodman George S., city clerk and treasurer, office county 

buildings, house 18 Drummond, corner Pleasant 
Woodman Isaiah, farmer, house 4 Goff 
Woodman Joseph C. (P. M. Woodman & Son), 8 Phoenix 

block, Main, 14 Union 
Woodman Lucy D. Miss, teacher No. Auburn Grammar 

school 
Woodman Nathan P., supt. court-house, house 4 Goff 
Woodman Prentiss M. (P. M. Woodman & Son), 8 Phoe- 
nix block, Main, house 14 Union 
Woodward E. O., pressman P. M. Woodman & Son, bds. 

15 Main 
Wright Robert, junk store, lower Main, house do. 
Wright S. C. Miss, teacher Pine street Primary school, 

boards 3 High 
Wyman E&ward C., shoemaker, house 3 High 
Wyman Gustavus L., railroad man, house Pearl, cor. Pine 
Wyman Roscoe, shoemaker, house 2 High 

YEATON CHARLES S., shoemaker, boards 15 Main 

Yeaton Elliott W., shoemaker, boards 2 Goff 

Yeaton Frank L., shoemaker, boards 2 Goff 

Yeaton Setli C., shoemaker, house 15 Main 

Yeaton William W., carpenter, house 2 Goff 

York Salisbury R., shoe finisher, house 44 Spring 

Young Albert (W. S. & A. Young), roofers, Elm House, 

house do 
Young Almon, shoemaker, house 22 Hampshire 
Young Asa, farmer, house 11 Goff 
Young Charles C, overseer Nutter & Randall's, house 10 

Pleasant 
Young Frank E., bootmaker, house 33 Main 
Young Herbert H., heeler, boards 32 Spring 
Young Leonard, shoemaker, house 22 Hampshire 
Young William II., shoecutter, boards 32 Spring 
Young William S. (W. S. & A. Young), roofers, Elm 

house, house do. 



4UBURN BUSINESS 




DIRECTORY, 

EMBRACING 

A Classified J^ist of all Trades, Professions, and Pursuits in 
the Oily of Auburn, for the Year 1S72, arranged Al- 
phabetically for each Trade, thus exhibiting 
at a glance the full address and MjMtial 
.Business of her Citizens. 



Apothecaries. 

ROBINSON & BEEDE, Court, opp. Main (see adv. dept., 

p. 22) 
SMITH CHARLES E., G Phccnix blk., Main (see advt. 

opp. Auburn streets) 

Bakers. 

Huston & Boynton, 25 Court 

Banks. 

First National Bank of Auburn, J. II. Roak, pres., Wm. 
Libbv, cash., Phoenix block, Main 

Blacksmiths. 

Brett G. W. & Son, Turner, near Hampshire 
Lord L. G., Turner 
Stevens D. B., Turner 
Whittcmore E., Main 

Book Publisher. 
Haskell C. C, Court 



204 AUBURN BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Books and Stationery. 
Willard, Small & Co., 1 Phoenix block, Main 

Boot and Shoe Findings. 
Donovan Henry D., Main 

Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps. 

Atwood J. F., Court, near Main 

BARTLETT & EATON", Phoenix block, Main (see adv. 

dept., p. 22) 
HASKELL S. FRANK, Court, opposite Auburn block 

(see adv. dept., p. 20) 
STIMSON & LEARNED, 2 Auburn block, Court (see 

adv. dept., p. 19) 

Boot and Shoe Manufacturers. 

Cobb John F. & Co., Rickard block, Main 

Cook & Libby, Main 

Crafts M. & Co., Railroad street, opposite station 

CUSIIMAN A., Court, near Railroad square (see adv. 

dept., p. 21) 
GARCELON II. G., Railroad, opposite depot (see advt. 

opposite Auburn streets) 
Gay Charles, 1 Phoenix block, Main 
IIARWOOD DANIEL & CO. (shoes), North Auburn 

(see adv. dept., p. 21) 
Hill George, School 
Keith & Berry, AVest Auburn 
KINSLEY L. B. & CO., Railroad street, opposite depot 

(see adv. dept., p. 19) 
Little, Smith & Co., Roak block, Main 
Lombard I. C. & Co., Roak block, Main 
Munroe James & Co., West Auburn 
Packard E. F. & Co., Phoenix block, Main 
PRAY, SIIAW & CO. (boots), 8 Phoenix block, Main 

(see adv. dept., p. 21) 
Pulsifer, Roak & Co., Roak block, Main 
Roak J. II. & Co., 5 Roak block, Main 
TRUFANT A. II., Court (see adv. dept., p. 21) 
White, Jones & Co., 4 Roak block, Main 

Boot and Shoe Patterns. 
WHITE WM. B., 114 High, Boston (see adv. dept. p. 38) 

Boot and Shoe Makers and Repairers. 

Perno N. B., Main 



AUBURN BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 205 

Cabinet Maker. 

Stetson S., Maiii 

Carpenters. 

Ricleout & Burgess, Main 

Carriage Manufacturers. 

STEVENS, KIMBALL & SON, Turner, near Hampshire 
Whitmore & Bennett 

Carriage Trimming. 

Jones Samuel C, Turner 

Cigar Manufacturer. 

Perkins Enos, East Auburn 

Claim Agent. 

Harris TVm. M., 2 Phoenix block, Main 

Clothing and Gents' Furnishing Goods. 

Sykes & Foss, Court, opposite Main 

Confectionery. 

Cobb Cyrus, Court, west end Bridge 

Cooper. 

Chaplin James TV., Main, near the bridge 

Crockery and Glassware. 

BARTLETT & EATON, Phoenix block, Main (see adv. 
dept,, p. 22) 

Dentists. 

Bonney Frank J., Elm block, Court 
PREBLE M. B., Court, corner Main 

Dining Rooms. 

Cobb C, Court 
Day I. C, Court 

Dressmakers. 

BOOMER VESTA C. MRS., 8 and 9 Elm block, Court 

(see adv. dept., p, 22) 
Moore M. E. Mrs., Turner, corner Hampshire 
Waterhouse II. Mrs., 35 Spring 



. 



206 AUBURN BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Dry Goods, and Groceries. 

BARTLETT & EATON, Phoenix block, Main (see adv. 

dept., p. 22) 
Bird Edward W., North Auburn 
Estes N. C, 3 Auburn ball, Court 
Dingley J., jr., & Co., 5 Phoenix block, Main 
STIMSON & LEARNED, 2 Auburn block, Court (see 

adv. dept., p. 19) 
Woodman P. M. & Sons, 8 Phoenix block, Main 

Expresses. 

EASTERN EXPRESS CO., Willard, Small & Co., agents, 
1 Phoenix block, Main (see adv. dept. p. 26) 

Fancy Goods. 

FOSS RODNEY F., Court, opp. Auburn block (see adv. 
dept., p. 19) 

PERRY THOMAS G., East Auburn road, North Au- 
burn (see adv. dept., p. 22) 

SMITH CHARLES E., 6 Phoenix block, Main (see advt. 
opp. Auburn streets) 

Wiggin W. II., 1 Phoenix block, Main 

Florist. 

Jordan, L. M., 47 Main 

Flour, Grain, and Feed (Mnfrs). 
WILLIS, PARSONS & CO., Main (see adv. dept., p. 23) 

Fruit and Confectionery. 
Ingalls C. P., Main 

Gents' Furnishing Goods. 
FOSS R. F., Court, opp. Auburn hall (see adv. dept., p. 19) 

Grain and Meal. 
Tibbets J. E., near M. C. R. R. crossing 

Grist Mills. 

WILLIS, PARSONS & CO., Main (see adv. dept., p. 23) 
Tibbetts John E., head Mill 



AUBURN BUSINESS 'DIRECTORY. 207 



Grocers. 

Atwood & Tracy, Court 

BARTLETT & EATON, Phoenix block, Main (see adv. 

dept., p. 22) 
Chase & Skinner, Main 
Day Josiah, Court, opp. Railroad square 
French D. T. & Co., Spring, near Court 
Haskell I., 2d, Court 

Littlefield & Dormau, Court, near Railroad square 
Merrill Charles B. & Co., Main, near Phoenix block 
Waterman Alvan, East Auburn 

Hair Dressers. 

Baker Charles R., Court, near Bridge 
FOSTER WILLIAM W., Elm House, Court (see adv. 
dept., p. 20) 

Hardware. 

Brooks Barker, Court, near Bridge 
Packard Charles E., North Auburn 

Harness Makers. 

Fogg Nathaniel S., Main 

WOOD L. & SON, Court, opposite Elm House (see adv.. 
dept., p. 20) 

Hats, Caps, &c. 

Atwood James F., Court, near Main 

Heel Manufacturer. 
Downing P., North Auburn 

Hotels. 

Auburn House, Court, opp. Auburn block, II. S. Liver- 
more, proprietor 

ELM HOUSE, >V. S. & A. Young, proprietors, Court, 
near Main 

Maine Hotel, D. C. Paine, propr., Main, opp. Roak block 

Hydraulic Cement Pipe. 

Field Granville IL, head Mill 

Inner Soles. 

Fuller B. B. & Co., Main, near Roak block 



f 

208 AUBURN BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Insurance Agents. 

Cobb John F., Pickard block, Main 

French Nathaniel, 7 Elm block, Court 

Iron Foundry. 

Auburn Foundry and Manufacturing Co. (nickel plated 
laundry iron), Auburn 

Kitchen Furnishing Goods. 

Cook & Strout, Main, corner Court 

Lawyers. 

Dresser Richard, 2 Phoenix block, Main 
Frost Clarence C, Elm block, Court 
Morrill & Wing, 2 Phoenix block, Main 

Liquor Agency. 

Burrill Green C, agent, Court, under Auburn Hall 

Marble Workers. 

LEWISTON FALLS MARBLE YARD, H. R. Smith, 
proprietor, Court, west end Bridge 

Millinery and Fancy Goods. 

Page George R., Court 

Pierce E. R., Mrs., Court, near Bridge 

Music Store and Musical Instruments. 

Newell Freeman, Court, under Auburn hall 

Music Teachers. 

Dresser Martha Miss, 2G High 

Hill Nancy M. Miss, 31 Spring 

Jones Myron W., Drummond, corner Railroad 

Jordan Alma F. Miss, Hampshire, near Union 

Wilson Ottie W. Miss, boards 37 Pleasant 

Nickel Platers. 

Auburn Foundry and Manufacturing Company, Auburn 

Nurseryman. 
Hall C. B., Main 






AUBUKNT BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 209 

Paints, Oils, and Varnishes. 

ROBINSON & BEEDE, Court, opposite Main (see adv. 

clepi, p. 22) 
SMITH CHARLES E., 6 Phoenix block, Main (see advt. 

opposite Auburn streets) 

Paper Hangings. 

ROBINSON & BEEDE, Court, opposite Main (see adv. 

dept., p. 22) . 
SMITH CHARLES E., 6 Phoenix block, Main (see advt. 

opposite Auburn streets) 

Patent Medicines. 

TRUE J. F. & CO., Drummond, near Main (see advt. 
opp. Auburn streets) 

Photographer. 

McKenney Charles A., Turner 

Physicians. 

Beede Joshua A., Court, opposite Main 

Blake John II., North Auburn 

Bradford R., 8 High 

Edgecomb A. D., Court 

Hall W. C, Elm, near Railroad 

Harlow R. L., 40 Spring 

Harris N. C, Spring, corner Court 

Nevens I., 13 Main 

Skinner Davis N., 5 Elm block, Court 

Sturgis Benjamin T., 10 Court 

Toothaker Charles L., 4 Elm block, Court 

TRUE J. F., Drummond, near Main (see advt. opposite 

Auburn streets) 
Wiggin II. K. L., 31 High 

Pork and Lard. 
Gross E. W., Main 

Provision Dealers. 

Chase & Skinner, 2 Phoenix block, Main 
French D. T. & Co., Spring, near Court 
Symmes & Atwood, Main 

Pumps and Lead Pipe. 

Cook & Strout, Main, corner Court 
14 



210 AUBURN BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Roofing. 

NEW ENGLAND METALLIC ROOFING CO., A. L. 

Winchester & Co., proprietors, Bangor, Maine (see 
advt. opposite Auburn title-page) 

Savings Bank. 

Auburn Savings Bank, Jacob II. Roak, president, Wm. 
Libby, treasurer, Phoenix block, Main 

Saw and Box Mills. 

Conant Benjamin, North Auburn 

Sewing Machines. 

PERRY THOMAS G., East Auburn road, North Auburn 
(see adv. dept., p. 22) 

Stained and Cut Glass. 

COOK JAMES M., 131 Congress, Boston (see adv. dept., 
p. 38) 

Stables (Livery and Boarding). 

Bradbury R, S., Court, west end bridge 

Crockett Joseph, Turner, opposite County buildings 

Jordan James S., Main, opposite Roak block 

Stoves and Tinware. 

Buckley J. II., Main 

Cook & S trout, Main, corner Court 

Tailors. 

Keen B. C, Court, corner Main 

Goft* Charles, Court, opposite Elm House 

Tanners and Curriers. 

Miller & Randall, Main 

Trimmings, and Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing 
Goods. 

FOSS R. F., Court, opp. Auburn hall (see adv. dept., p. 19) 
Wiggin W. H., 1 Phoenix block 

Trunks, Carpet Bags, &c. 

WOOD L. & SON., Court, opposite Elm House (see adv. 
dept., p. 20) 



AUBURN BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 211 

Variety Stores. 

Howard A. C, West Auburn 
Osgood Isaac, North Auburn 
Perry John M., West Auburn 

Watches and Jewelry. 

Chaplin A. P., Main, opposite Phoenix block 

Edgecomb E. L., Main 

Goff Charles, Court, opposite Elm House 

PERRY THOMAS G., East Auburn road, North Auburn 

(see adv. dept., p. 22) 
Pierce Edward R., Court, near bridge 

Wood and Coal. 

LITTLEFIELD & DORMAN, Court, near R. R. square 
(see adv. dept., p. 18) 



SLA ME $ J&JVM& 

ESTABLISHED 1853. 

WHOLESALE DEALERS IN 

FLOUR AND CORN, 

No. I Gait Block, Commercial St., 
PORTLAND, ME. 

OrREENOUCrH, JONES & CO. 

ESTABLISHED 1862. 

Compilers and Txiolisliers of tlie 

LEWISTON AND AUBURN; BATH, BRUNSWICK 
AND RICHMOND; BANGOR; AND AUGUS- 
TA, HALLOWELL AND GARDINER 



IREGTORIES, 

In the State of Maine. 

PRINCIPAL OFFICE, 

96 WASHINGTON STREET; - BOSTON, MASS. 



Government of the City of Auburn, 1872. 



Mayor, THOMAS LITTLEFIELD. 

Aldermen, Ward 1, John M. Perry; Ward 2, Hanni- 
bal R. Smith ; Ward 3, Oren B. Morse ; Ward 4, James 
Dingley ; Ward 5, Charles Dunn. 

City Clerk, George S. Woodman. 

Common Council, Richard Dresser, President ; Ward 
1, Zibeon Crafts, George IT. Dillingham, Ira T. Waterman ; 
Ward 2, Frank Bartlett, Edward W. Gross, Benjamin F. 
Sturgis; Ward 3, Ansel L. Lombard, William B. Merrill, 
William M. Chamberlin ; Ward 4, James Wagg, William 
S. Young, Richard Dresser; Ward 5, George W. Bailey, 
James L. Martin, Alden J. Verrill. 

Clerk of Common Council, William M. Harris. 

JOINT STANDING COMMITTEES. 

On Finance, The Mayor ; Alderman, James Dingley ; 
Councilmen, Richard Dresser, William S. Young, Ira T. 
Waterman. 

On Accounts, Alderman, Hannibal R. Smith; Council- 
men, Frank Bartlett, Alden J. Verrill. 

On Drains and Sewers, Aldermen, Oren B. Morse, John 
M. Perry; Couneiimen, William B. Merrill, James Wagg, 
Benjamin F. Sturgis. 

On Fire Department, Alderman, Charles Dunn; Coun- 
cilmen, William S. Young, Frank Bartlett, Edward W. 
Gross. 

On Streets, Pridyes, and Sidewalks, The Mayor; Alder- 
man, James Dingley; Councilmen, James Wagg, Win. 
M. Chamberlin, Zibeon Crafts. 

On Public Property, Aldermen, John M. Perry, IT. R. 
Smith ; Councilmen, George W. Bailey, Alden J. Verrill, 
James L. Martin 

On Schools, Aldermen, Charles Dunn, Oren B. Morse ; 
Councilmen, Benjamin F. Sturgis, Wm. B. Merrill, Geo. 
H. Dillingham. 

On Printing, Alderman, James Dingley ; Councilmen, 
George W. Bailey, James L. Martin. 



AUBURN DIRECTORY. 213 

On Engrossed Bills and Ordinances, Aldermen, II. R. 
Smith, Charles Dunn ; Councilmen, Win. M. Chamberlin, 
Ansel L. Lombard, George II. Dillingham. 

STANDING COMMITTEES 

Of Board of Mayor and Aldermen. 
On Police, The Mayor ; Aldermen, James Dingley, 
Charles Dunn. 

On Licences, Aldermen, H. R. Smith, Oren B. Morse, 
John M. Perry. 

CITY OFFICERS, 1872. 

City Treasurer, George S. Woodman. 

Assessors, Richard Dresser, William B. Merrill, Charles 
Dunn. 

/Street Commissioner, Oscar D. Bailey. 

Overseers of Boor, Richard Dresser, Win. B. Merrill, 
Charles Dunn. 

School Committee, Charles K. Packard, Geo. C. Wing, 

E. N. Fernald, E. P. Packard, Robert Martin. 

Chief Engineer, Almon C. Pray. 

Assistant Engineers, James White, . 

Constables, Win. II. Washburn, Aretas B. Penny, Isaac 
Haskell, 2d, James W. Chaplin, James Plynn, Charles 
Thurston, Lewis T. Merrow, Isaiah V. McKenney, George 

F. Phinney, Hiram Ricker, Calvin G. Skinner, Joseph O. 
Hall, Albert Jordan, Thomas Vosmus, Llewellyn Maxwell, 
Sumner B. Walker, Justin Crafts. 

Surveyors of Lumber, John M. Perry, John C. Briggs , 
Charles Thurston, Edmund H. Soper. 

Measurers of Wood and Bark, John M. Perry, John 
C. Briggs, Charles Thurston, Edmund II. Soper, James S. 
Burke, and Win. II. Washburn. 

Culler of Staves, James W. Chaplin. 

• Fence Viewers, Robert Martin, John Go well, Harvey 
Dillingham. 

Police, William II. Washburn, A. B. Penny, Llewellyn 
Maxwell. 

WARD OFFICERS, 1872. 

Wardens, Ward 1, G. D. Holmes ; Ward 2, Osman Jor- 
dan ; Ward 3, Roscoe N. Phillips; Ward 4, Albert M. 
Penly; Ward 5, James L. Martin. 

Clerks, Ward 1, Ansel Briggs ; Ward 2, Charles S. Co- 
nant; Ward 3, Nathan F. Woodbury; Ward 4, Albeit 
W. Larrabee ; Ward 5, William P. Sturgis. 



214 AUBURN DIRECTORY 



FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

Chief Engineer, A. C. Pray ; First Assistant, James 
White; Second Assistant, John T. Randall. 

AUBURN, NO. 1, STEAMER. 

Court, corner Spring. 

Foreman, James H. Knight; First Assistant, Sewall 
Parker ; Second Assista?it, A. A. Drake ; Engineer, F. E. 
Bisbee ; Assistant Engineer, George Dustin ; Clerk, Frank 
Munroe ; No. men, 40. 

EXCELSIOR, NO. 2, HAND. 

Court, corner Spring. 

Foreman, A. A. Miller; First Assistant, Wm. E. Miller ; 
Second Assistant, Frank Allen ; men, 40. 



SCHOOLS. 

High School, Main, corner Academy. 
Grammar School, Spring, corner School. 
Pine Street Grammar, Pine, near Goff. 
Primary. 



POST - OFFICE. 

MAIL arrangements. 

Office hours, 8 a. m. to 8 p. m. 

Western mail closes at 6.30 a. m., 12.35 p. m., and 4.45 
p. m. 

Eastern and Farmington mail closes at 2.30 p. m. 

Lisbon, Brunswick, Bath, and Augusta mail closes at 
11.45 A. M. 

Lewiston mail closes at 12.10 p. m. 

Turner Stage mails close at 2.45 p. m. 

Livermore Centre Stage mail closes Tuesday, Thursday, 
and Saturday, Winter at 9.30 a. m., Summer 2.45 p. m. 

Western mail opens at 9.15 a. m., 3 p. m., and 7.50 p. m. 

Eastern and Farmington mail opens at 1.15 p. m. 

Lisbon, Brunswick, Bath, and Augusta mail opens at 
3.40 p.m. 

Lewiston mail opens at 12.30 p. m. 



AUBURN DIRECTORY. 215 

Turner Stage mails open at 12 m. 

Livermore Centre Stage mails open Monday, Wednes- 
day, and Friday, at 12 m. 

Henry Little, Postmaster. 
Auburn, Maine, May 2, 1872. 

Postmasters, North Auburn, Isaac Osgood ; East Au- 
burn, Alvan Waterman ; West Auburn, J. M. Perry. 



CHURCHES. 

SPRING STREET BAPTIST CHURCH, AUBURN. 

Organized June 14, 1860, with 58 members. Present 
membership, 198. 

Clerk, I. B. Kimball; Deacons, H. R. Smith, D. T. 
French. 

Pastor, G. P. Mathews, settled May 1, 1866. 

Present church edifice dedicated August, 25, 1870. 

Sabbath School, No. scholars, 240 ; Superintendent, A. 
K.P.Jordan. 

COURT STREET, FREE BAPTIST CHURCH. 

Pastor, E. N. Fernald ; Beacons, Allen Pompillv, Wm 
Libby, John Rolfe, A. F. Dolley; Cleric, John V. Noyes; 
S. S. Superintendent, R. M. Jordan. 

Church organized, August 14, 1859, with twenty mem- 
bers. Present number, one hundred and seventy-five. 

HIGH STREET UNIVERSALIST CHURCH. 

High, near Court. 

CONGREGATIONALIST CHURCH, W. AUBURN. 

Pastor. 

HIGH ST. CONGREGATIONALIST CHURCH. 
10 High. 



MASONIC. 

TRANQUIL LODGE, NO. 29. 

Charter dated May 20, 1847. W. M., Almon C. Pray ; 
S. W., George McClure ; J. W., Delance Young ; Secretary, 
George S. Woodman. 



216 AUBURN* DIRECTORY. 

G. A. R. 

FULSOM POST 44. 

Commander, A. A. Miller; S. V C, Oliver Brown ; J. 
V. C, Abram Libby ; Adjutant, R. M. Mason ; Q. 3L, J. 
M. Chamberlain ; Surgeon, B. F. Sturgia ; Chaplain, D. 
L. Verrill; S. 31., George W. Lyon; Q. 31. &, H. A. 
Noyes. Meetings, Friday evenings, G. A. R. Hall, 4 
Phoenix block. 



TEMPERANCE ASSOCIATIONS. 

DIPJGO TEMPERANCE ASSOCIATION. 

Auburn, Maine. 

Organized 1871. 

Three divisions, first, adults ; second, young people ; 
third, youths or children. 

Executive Committee, N. F. Woodbury, F. A. Haskell, 
G. E. Barrows, E. G. Johnson, A. E. Teague ; Financial 
Committee, H. W. Merrill, S. N. Jordan, Geo. E. Barrows, 

Second Division, — President, F. A. Haskell ; Vice 
President, N. W. Harris; Recording Secretary r , M.Nellie F. 
Smith; Corresponding Secretary, F. W. Hun ton ; Treas- 
urer, A. II. Gee. Meets every alternate Monday evening, 
at Tempeance Hall. 

Third Division, — President, C. A. Harlow ; Vice Pres- 
side?it, Miss Jennie M. Greenleaf ; Secretary, Miss Eva G. 
Johnson ; Collector, A. II. Gee. Meets every alternate 
Saturday evening, at Temperance Hall. 

AUBURN WASHINGTONIAN REFORM CLUB. 

President, R. M. Mason ; Vice Presidents, C. D. Davis, 
A. A. Miller, C. S. Emerson; Secretary, W. P. Bearce ; 
Treasurer, Thomas Littlefield. 



YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION. 

President, R. W. Hanscom; Vice-presidents, William 
A. Robinson, William C. Hall, A. 11. Milliken, Osman 
Jordan ; Secretary, Silas Sprague ; Corresponding Secre- 
tary, Dr. J. W. Beede ; 'Treasurer, J. R. Learned ; Libra- 
rian, A. II. Milliken. 

No. of volumes in library, 2,700. 

Prayer-meetings every Sunday morning at 9^- a. m. ; 
Thursday evenings at 1\ p. at. Sociables second Monday 
evening of every month. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



3EZ.l@ij&L.lL$ H 3E M 3E3CXI^ I 



"How are you, friend Harry? Seems to me you are 
Dt looking as well as usual. Where have you been for 
le past week?" 

" Friend Sanborn, I have been stopping in Boston on 
jsiness, and I had very poor accommodations. I have 
?en sleeping for the past five nights on a bed that was 
; hard as a board, and no wonder I look so played out." 
"When you go to Boston, why don't you stop where 
do, at the 

VASHIMCTOK HOUSE, 

No. 15 HOWARD ST., BOSTON, 

here you can get a good clean room and bed, and the very best accom- 
odation. Give it a trial once, and you will always go again. l*artics 
ypping at this Ifousc tvill always find plenty of acquaintances from 
'wiston and Auburn, it being their general sto]>plng-i>lace in llostou. 

BOOK-BINDEEY. 



ook Store, Blank Bool Manufactory, Bool, Newspaper, 

AND PERIODICAL AGENCY. 



EtjTAimTSItEl) 1SBO. 



o. 4 Central Block, Main Street, LEWISTON, ME. 



I am now prepared to execute Binding of every description— Turkey Morocco, 
ssia, French and American Calf, and especially those unique and economical half 
>rocco and half Sheep styles. Particular attention given to the substantial binding 
Music, Illustrated Books, Engravings, Lady's Book, Hauvujis' and 1'ktkuson's 
igazines, &c, &c. 

# * t PICTURE FRAMES MADE TO OltDKR. 

(JUTTaste-board Boxes manufactured of any size. Pocket Books, Portfolios, 
rap Books, andall odd work made at short notice. Blank Books of every descrip- 
n ruled, bound, and printed to pattern. Books not on hand furnished to order at 
blishers' prices. W. F, STANWOOD is Agent for Maine for the sale of the cele- 
ited Mineral Soap, and Polaud Spring Mineral Water. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



E. E. BE^SCTNT & CO., 

SKO^*/^'^ dealers in 

m CORN, FLOUR, PORK, 



W. I. GOODS, 

Groceries and Provisions, 

LISBON ST., OPP. LISBON HALL, LEWISTON, ME. 

BRASS FOUNDRY. 

JOHN F. LOOMIS^ 

All kinds of Brass and Composition Castings 
made to order and warranted. 

PERSONAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO JOB WORK. 

Ash St., rear Tremont House, Lewiston, Me. 

Steam Printing House. 

. rmmsrc 

OF ALL KINDS EXECUTED AT THE 

JOURNAL PRINTING HOUSE, 

One of the Largest Printing Houses East of Boston. 

Having a very extensive JOB PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT, furnished with 
the very best appliances of Presses, Type, and Workmanship, we especially solicit 
orders for Fine Printing of all kinds, for Manufacturers or liusiness Men. 

We make best Book Work and College Printing a specialty. 

THE LATEST NOVELTIES OF THE FOUNDERS 

Constantly being received. We especially solicit orders for 

FINE WORK FOIt BIANUFACTURER8, 

And every variety of Printing in use. BLANK BOOKS, INVOICE BOOKS, mndo 
and bound to order, on short notice. Don't send out of the State for these goods. Wo 
guarantee the very best of work at as low prices as anybody. All orders for Printing 
addressed to the undersigned will receive prompt attention. 

N. DINGLEY, JR., & CO., 
Lewiston Journal Office, Lewiston, Me. 



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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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ICE AND WOOD DEALERS, 

Chapel St., near Lowell, Lewiston. 

Pure Lee delivered daily to stores and residences. Orders left at S. 
C. Morse's, Chapel, near Lowell, B. Litchfield's, Main St., WaJcefield 
liros., or I). 1'. Withee's saloon, Lisbon St., ivill receive prompt atten- 
tion. 



CONTINENTAL MOTEL 

Chapel Street, near Main, 
LEWISTON, 3MIE3. 



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The undersigned have opened the above-named Hotel, 
and will be pleased to see their friends and the 
traveling public generally- It will be their 
aim to make it a pleasant stopping- 
place for the traveler, and a 
comfortable home for 
the boarder. 
It is the nearest Hotel to the R. R. Depots. 

DF» H I O 13 JS REASOIMABIjE. 

r. w* 2pj&& & soar, 

PROPRIETORS. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



IMEIO.©. J±. m XjOnVE3Sja.^LI>, 




DRESS AND CLOAK MAKER, 

Also TAILORESS. 

3j^ Patterns cut to order on shortest possible 
notice. Prices reasonable, and all 
work warranted. 

Chestnut Street, near Lisbon Hall, 

LKWISTON, jME. 



wm:. f. g^jrcelon, 

FIRE & LIFE INSURANCE AGENT, 

Journal Office, LEWISTON, ME. 

W. l'\ UAIKJllLOX will take risks on all kinds of Insurable property 
in the best Stock Companies. 



LIFE INSURANCE IN THE BEST COMPANIES. 

All business carefully and promptly attended to. 
ESTAELISHED 1861. 

CEO. 1, CiLLAHAI, 

PBACTICAL 



UNION BLOCK, 9 1-2 LISBON STREET, LEWISTON, WAINE. 

New Type and Jlachincry, and all worlc yuaranteed of the best quality. 

City Bonnet &ml Hat 

Next Door West of the Dye-House, 
Main Street, . . . LEWISTON, MAINE. 

B. S. BAILEY, Proprietor. 

All kinds of Straw, Lace, and Leghorn Bonnets, and I Fats, Bleached, Pressed, Sewed, 

and Colored in the best possible manner. Particular attention given to 

Gents' Panama and Straw JIats. 



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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 





WAKEFIELD BROTHERS, 

Aptearies & Druists, 

CIT^ST 3DRTJC3- STORE, 

Lisbon Street, - - LEWISTON, ME. 

LANE'S LIVERY STABLE, 

PAKK STREET, near MAIN, LEWISTON, ME. 

Where may always be 
found good Horses and 
Carriages to let on rea- 
sonable terms. 

OXjIXTlsr*. 3P*. Xj-A-TO-ZE:, Proprietor. 

WirtHey'i Photograph and Ferrotype Gallery, 

81 LISBON ST., 
LEWISTON, 

MAINE. 

Old Pictures of every de- 
| scription copied ia the best 
I manner. 

f All orders by mail, ex- 
press, or otherwise, prompt- 
ly attended to. 

PLANING AND MOLDING MILL 

All kinds of Moldings and otter House Trimmings, 

PLANING, MATCHING, TURNING, AND SAWING 

done to ortTJER. 
STAIR POSTS., KAILS, ANI> I5AT.USTKKS 

At reasonable prices. 

O. IQ. HVEODEtSIE! c&? OO., 

CROSS CANAL, ... LEWISTON, nVIDE. 




ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



Glazier & Paper Hanger. 

Also, mixed stock constantly on hand for 

sale. WorJc done with neatness 

and despatch. 

FRANKLIN, NEAR MAIN STREET. 



D. W. WIQGKIlSr, 

Druggist & Apotheeary, 

No. 1 SAVINGS BANK BLOCK, Cor. PINE & LISBON ST., 



Dealer in 



DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, 

Dye Stuffs, Perfumery, Fancy Goods, Toilet Soaps, 

and a general assortment of Toilet Articles. 

Also, Trusses, Abdominal Supporters, 

Elastic Stockings, Shoulder 

Braces. 

Particular attention paid to the preparation of prescriptions and the 

dispensing of medicines for family tise, none but fresh and pure 

articles being used. 

JOBBING & BAGGAGE WAGON. 



ALL ORDERS FOR 




Promptly attended to. 

House Knox, 3d house from School-house. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



MRS. U. B. COLEMAN, 

DRESSES AND CLOAKS 

MADE IN THE BEST MANNER. ALSO, 

Machine Stitching 

DONE TO ORDER. 

21 1-2 LISBON STREET, LEW1STON, ME. 



H. O. MERRILL & CO., 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 

Fisl, Oysters, Clams, anfl Lobsters, 

LISBON ST., 2D DOOR SOUTH OF BIRCH, 

LEWISTON, ME. 
riisij aoons w.utRAjrvEn fresh *wn jyice. 

ELECTRICAL INFIRMARY. 

TO INVALIDS, MALE OK FEMALE. 

Your complaints can be cured without taking much medicine into the stomach. No 
bleeding, no painful operations, no poisonous drugs. The Atomizing Cabinet treatment 
will do more in one day than can be done in one year with the old way of treating 
diseases. Also, sure cure for the disease of the Nasal cavities. Electrical Inhalations 
of proper medicines. This mode of treatment goes direct to the affected parts. This 
is the only Institute in the United States where diseases are treated and cured so quick 
as- by the Cabinet treatment. For further information address 

S. YORK, M. JD. t Superintending Physician, 

Box 81, Auburn, Me. 
Oifice and Residence, Lincoln Street, City of Lewiston, Me. 

N. B.— A pamphlet of fifteen pages sent free to any address. The Electrical Messen- 
ger of Health: Diseases, their Cause, Prevention, and Cure. A word to the wise is 
sufficient. 

PLANING & MOLDING MILL. 

ALL KINDS OF 

And other House Trimmings. 

Planing, Matching , Turning, and Sawing done 
to order. Stair Posts', Rails, and Balusters at 
reasonable prices. 

JORDAN, FROST & CO., 

FOOT CROSS CANAL, LEWISTON. 




ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



Painter and Glassier, 

PAPER HANGER & DECORATOR. 



F&iBts* Mtiti Brasses* and Glass 

ON IIAND AND FOB SAIE. All ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 

Shop cor. Main and Bates Sts., LEWISTON, ME. 

S. 11. WALKUli, L. li. WAJLKJSSt. 

S. B. WALKER & CO.. 

Groceries, Provisions, and Grain, 

FLOUR, TEA, CROCKERY, &c, 

No. 3 Jones' Block, Lower Main, 

LEWISTON STEAM MILL CO. 

JAMES WOOD, Agent, 

MANUFACTURERS, SHIPPERS, AND RETAILERS OF 



WBBEim UDIE. 



DIMENSION FOR PEAMES SAWED TO GAU0E. 

Claplioarils, Shingles, Laths, Pickets, Moldings aM Gutters 

OV AH KINDS CONSTANTLY ON HANI). 

LufHBEI{ pL/\flED J{flD flJJED TO O/J0£/J 

Office, Main Street, 
LIE-WISTOIN", IMIIE. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



CHARLES P. DOUGLASS, 

Office in Savings Bank Building, 

CORNER OW LISBON J^ND 3?IJSTE STREETS, 

LEWISTON, ME. 

CYllUS GREKLY, B. 8. HODQKIN8. 

GREELY & HODGKINS, 

CQNT)M6T0ltS.JI BUILDERS, 

AND DEALERS IN 

Doors, Sash, Blinds, Window and Door Frames. 

(Hazed Windows constantly on hand, and Job Wo viz of all kinds done to 

order. All orders for odd sizes of Doors, Sash, and Jllinds 

promptly filled. 

SHOP EAST SIDE MAIN STREET, NEAR CANAL BRIDGE, 

LEWISTON, 3.I^I^f23. 

GAMAGE & CHADBOURN, 

PAINTERS, GLAZIERS, AND PAPER HANGERS. 

Also, dealers in 

Paints, Oils, Varnishes, 

BRUSHES, AND GLASS, 

Lower Main St., near Bridge, 
LEWISTON, ME. 

"WOOD & COLBESR, 

DEATjJEJtS IN 

Coal, Wood, and Lumber, 

NEAR MAINE CENTRAL RAILROAD DEPOT, 
LBlVISTONj ME. 

John N. Wood, Isaac Goldek. 

Planed Pine Lumber kept under cover. Shingles, Laths, Clapboards, etc., constantly 
on hand. Cedar Posts, Dry Hard and Soft Wood, Stove, Furnace, and Cumberland 
Coal, of first qualities. 

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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 




John Garner & Co 



DEALERS IN 




JjPP^ PROVISIONS, 

Dry b Fancy Goods, Crockery, Pat, Medicines, Periodicals, Stationery, &c. 
EMIGRATION 

-AKD- 

Exclmnge Agency. 

LISBON ST., f 
Lewiston, - Me. 



GEO. HANSON, 






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A^lSfD 



BUILDER, 

Shop, Cross Canal, 

LEWISTON, ME. 



Hailroaci 



ontractors, 




TRUCKMEN 




ALL KINDS OF TRUCKING, GRADING, AND FILLING 

DONE WITH DESPATCH. 

Owners of the AXMtOSCOGGIN TltOTTJNG VAlilv. Sprint/ Trotttiaf 
Season in June. J<\ill Trotting Season in September, Jtaccs gov- 
erned by National Turf Association Jtules. Good accom- 
modations for Stabling on the grounds. 

Olllcc on Main Street, opp. Catholic Clrurcli, 

IjE^TISTOlXr, IMEIE. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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Manufacturers of 

Bobbins Mi Spools, 

Of Every Description, EliOM THE BEST SEASONED STOCK. 

Factory, foot Cross Canal, Lewiston, Me. 

LEWISTON GARBLE & GRANITE WORKS, 

Bates Street, near M, 0, E. K, Depot, 



HUTS, fiEHTSiS, iiia 

Shelves, Wash-Bowl Slabs, &c, 

MADE TO OltJJEli. 

WEST, WIN Q & CO. 





cu m rantm, 




BUILDER, 
.A.merican House, Chapel St.., 

LEWISTON, ME. 

Jobbing and Repairing of all kinds. Particular attention paid to day 

worJc. 

63 I/lshon Street, 

MERCHANT TAILORS, 



-AND DEALERS IN- 



Gents? Furnishing Qoods,, 

LEWISTON, ME. 

S. J. SMITH, L. C. PECK, 



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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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Mrs. E. BRECK, DRESSMAKER, 




Goddard & Paul's Store, LISBON STKEET, 

LEWISTON, MJE. 




TH03. HOLMES, 

Boot & Shoemaker. 

Custom Work and lie- 

pairing doiic to 

order. 

Chestnut, near Main St., 

LEWISTON. ME. 



DEALEIt IN 

ME©n ? s <£ H©$rs ! ' €*fc»tlilng, 

HATS, CAPS, AND FURNISHING 'GOODS. 
Also, Trunks and Valises of Superior Manufacture. 

49 LISBON ST., - LEWISTON, ME. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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ZOEbj&J^T c&5 STESTSON, 

Dealers in 

STOVES, FURNACES, REGISTERS, AND VENTILATORS, 

TINj IRONj Sr COPPER WAREj 

Tamps, Tead Pipe, and Zinc. 

47 Lisbon Street, - LEWISTON, ME. 

All kinds of Tin, Irou, and Copper Work Made to Order. 



# 



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Top Roll Goverer, 



'Manufacturer of 



m 



ms\mm 



mm. 



m 
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And Dealer hi 



ROLLER CLOTHS 



K.BEKFE, 




tPto jshade 



PAINTING, 



(Up Stnlfs,) 
LOWE 11 MAIN ST. 

LE \Y I ST ON, MAINE. 



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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



Civil Engineers & Land Surveyors, 

UNION BLOCK, LISBON STREET, 
LE-WISTOUST, - - IME. 

JOHN READ, J. E. MOORE. 

THOMAS EDWAEDS, 

CUSTOM BOOT 

— AND— 

SHOEMAKER. 



Satisfaction Guaranteed. 

Third door front Lisbon 
Jllocli, Lisbon St., 

LEWISTON, - ME. 



MISS M. E3- IOTJTXjEIEL, 

j)re$s and Cloak fAakins- 

Patterns cut to order, and satisfaction 

guaranteed. f^ 

Room 5, Pillstary Block, Lisbon Street, 

Entrance on Fine Street, 
LEWISTON, - MAINE. 





&&&*&£& SOOTH, 

Dealer in 

"£# Flour 



? - <-» — ? 
^^| WEST INDIA GOODS, GROCERIES, 

AND 
X^siuey Oooils, 

80 LINCOLN STREET, LEWISTON, ME. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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gWM MMKEM* 

And Dealer in 

SHOOTING & FISHING TACKLE, 

UN" ALL VARIETIES. 

Sewing and Stitching Machines repaired at short notice. 

Main St., near the Bridge, LEWISTON, ME. 

r Manufacturer of 



looh i 



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9l90jaf9. 



Factory, Lincoln Street, rear Hill Mill, 
LEWISTON, ME. 

~iT. JLm. EI-A."S"E1S c&3 CO., 

DEALERS IN 

©MOIiei PMIO ©ft@<BIRiI)IS, 

Main, corner Blake Street, 

iJS WISTON, ME. 

CEMENT, HAIR & LIME 

Constantly on hand. 

MEATS, POULTRY, BUTTER, EGGS, AND VEGETABLES 

AT LOWEST CASH PRICES. 

CITY MARKET, E. KEEN, Jr., Proprietor, 

Dealer in 

IIFIUAIMI, 

Poultry, G-ame & Fish. 

Also, All kinds of Cou)itri/ 

Produce and Canned 

Fruit. 

Lower Main, eor, Lincoln St., 

LEWISTON, ME. 





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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



DeWITT HOUSE, 

COliNEIt OF 1*JNE AND PAItK STREETS, L1JW1STON, MAINE 




This House has recently been Refitted nnd Refurnished throughout, contains all the Modern Im- 
provements, and is now a nrst-class Hotel in every respect. Jt is pleasantly situated in front of the 
Park, and is also easy of access from the Depots and the principal business streets of the city. No pains 
will be spared to make it a desirable Home for the Tourist as well as the Alan of Business. 

TERMS REASONABLE. 

WATEJRHOTTSE & MEZIEN, Proprietors. 



Livery, Hack, and Boarding Stable, 

FRANKLIN ST., REAR DeWITT HOUSE, 
XjiE! -\^T I S T O T®, MB. 




All Orders for FUNERALS, PARTIES, &c, will receive 

prompt attention. 

Horses boarded by the day or week at reasonable 

prices. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 17 

Crockery, China, & Glassware, 

LUSTER BAND, TOILET, & TEA SETS, 

Cheaper than any House in the City. 

NO. 5 JONES BLO CK, LOWER MAIN. 
F. B. TRASK, M. B., 

tioiueopatftt & tclectic Miysiciap & gUrgeoji, 

OFFICE JONES BLOCK, LOWER MAIN ST., - - LEWISTON, 
Office open by day and evening. 

The Doctor lias for several gears paid special attention to the treat- 
ment of Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint, Nervous Affections, Neuralgia, 
Organic Weakness, Sick Headache, Diseases incident to Females, Hu- 
mors, and all diseases pertaining to an office practice. 

TREMONT LIVERY STABLE, 

ASH STREET, rear of 
Tremont House, 

GEORGE W. FUKBUSH, Proprietor. 

The best of teams, at reasonable rates, constantly on hand. 

MRS. J. T. LEMONT, 

MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS, 

No. 53 Lisbon Street, - Lewiston. 

THE LATEST STYLES II EATS AID FRENCH FLOWERS 

Always on hand. Particular attention p&id to 

DRESS AND CLOAK MAKING, 

Under the direction of MISS C. n. P1SIIEK. 



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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



LITTLEFIELD &> DOKMAJV, 

COURT STDEXEJaT, - - - - -A.XJ33XJDEl.3V, 3VE3B. 




Dealers in COAL of all sizes and quality. Also, 1IAJRD AND SOFT 
WOOD, all fitted for stoves. We have constantly on hand Hay , Phos- 
phates, and Cedar l*osts, all of which we sell at the lowest tnarket price. 



B. H. SCRIBNER, 

LIVERY STABLE, 

tfo. 33 Park Street, 

LEWISTON, ME. 





VARNUM E. HOLMES, 

Dealer in 

Fashionable Clothing, 

GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, 
TRUNKS, VALISES, ETC., 

In Every Variety. Goods sold Cheap for Cash, 

No. 30 Lisbon St., LEWISTON, IE. 



Depot for Gloves a-ndL Hosiery 



I»- LONO 



E "5T, 



Manufacturer and "Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 



te»&s. musis. Tiwiuefii mQ$M 



Ladies' Reticules ami Shopping Bags, Hats, Caps, Furs, &c. 

£"') LEWISTON, ME, 



No. 113 Lisbon St 

Corner 



Trimmings, Robes, Blankets, &c, constantly on hand. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 19 

L. B. KINSLEY & CO., 

Manufacturers of 

Women's, Misses', and Children's 

BOOTS & SHOES, 

Opposite Passenger Station, 



DEALER IN 



Plain and Fancy Goods, 

TRIMMINGS., RIBBONS, VELVETS, 

Gloves, Parasols, Fans, Worsteds, Hosiery, Hoop Skirts, Portmonaics, 
Stationery, Perfumeries, &c. 



ALSO, A FULL LINK OF 



GENTS' FURNISHING & READY-MADE SHIRTS, 

OOTXIRT STREET, 
Opposite Auburn Hall, AUBURN, ME. 

STMflSON & LEARNED, 

DEALERS IN 

Dry Goods, Groceries, 

CHOICE FAMILY FLOUR, 

soots, shoes, mm wmmm. 

No. 2 Auburn Block, Court, 

AUBURN, ME. 

Country Produce iatccn in Wxchangc. 



JOHN STIMSON, 
J. R. LEARNED 



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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 




LYMAN WOOD & SON, 

DI<t nit fact uro's of 

■fatnesses & Collars 

OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS, AND DEALERS IX 

BLANKETS, ROBES, WHIPS, BRUSHES, 4c, fo. 

ALSO, 

Trunks, Carpet Bags, and Valises. 



ALL ORDERS rROMRTLY ATTENDED TO. 

Court Street, opposite Elm House, . , . AUBURN, ME. 




ADVEKTISING DEPABTMENT. 21 

IFIR/jk.-^-, SHAW & CO., 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

CALF, KIP, AND THICK BOOTS, 

Orders solicited <iud 2>>'omi>tIy filled. 

Phoenix Block, over Smith's Apothecary Store, AUBURN, ME. 

A. C. PRAV, J. C. SHAW, H. WEEKS. 

D. MARWeOB «£ CO., 

KIP, SPLIT, AND GRAIN, 

Women, Misses, and Children's 

SHOE MANUFACTORY, 

NORTH AUBURN. 
IV. H. ALDEIV, Agent. 

Wholesale Manufacturers of 

BOOTS & SHOES, 

AXTBTXRlSr, MAINE. 

Ara Cusiiman, Sam'l F. Merrill, II. L. Daggett, Boston, Special Partner. 

A.. EL TRTJF.A.NT, 



Manufacturer of and Dealer in 



Women's and Blisses' Split Kip and Grain 

IP egged 

BOOTS AND SHOES 

COURT JSTH.3E3EST, 

(Xext Door West of A. Cushman's,) AUBURN, ME. 



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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



BARTLETT & EATON, 

Dealers in 

1E¥ Q98DS AMD IBiflSIl 



mmmmmtp 

CROCKERY «fc &±aA1&& WARE, . 

Phoenix Block, Main Street, 

AUBURN, ME. 



/'. Jiartlett, 
John I<\ Eaton 



ROBIMSOM & BEEDE, 

DRUGGISTS, APOTHECARIES, 

And Dealers in 

Trusses, Paints. Oils, Varnishes, and Paper Hangings, 

COURT STREET, ^TJUURIV, ME, 



N. B. Orders solicited, and satisfaction guaranteed in every particular. 



Fine Watches, Clods 



Jewelry, Silver and Plated 

Ware, Fancy Goods, 

& Sewing Machines. 

Watches, Clocli.3, and Jeivelry 

Itepaired. 

NORTH AUBURN. 




imlrs. v. o. boomer 




3P.A.SS HEX I O JST^SL^ Xj 313 

Dress and Cloak Making, 

ROOMS 8 & 9 ELM BLOCK, 

COURT ST., AUBURN, ME. 



Work tecrrantcd to give satisfaction. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 23 



WILLIS, PARSONS & CO. 

Manufacturers of 

W UBHBU BMt B8MHH v^^^ 3 ^^ BBB MM ■E3sp«BBSk 

MsSosa KaMsssmaaM ^^sass^ ^sass^ ■afina \J ma 

AND DEALERS IN 

Flour, Corn, Meal, Oats, Shorts, &c. 

lVE^L.X3Nr STREET, ^±.TJ 1&TJTE*. 1ST , 3VC33. 

HENRY WILLIS, SOLOMON PARSONS, NERRITT AVILLIS. 

CHAS. STAPLES & SON, 

ENGINEERS, MACHINISTS, 

AND 

3B®il©s? Makers. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



Marine, Stationary, and Portable Steam Engines, Ar- 
chitectural Iron Work, and general 

MACHINERY. 



Castings of every description made to order. Repairing promptly attended to. 



Works, 215 Commercial Street, 
Adjoining Brown's Sugar House, PORTLAND, ME. 

Charles Staples, Charle Staples, jr. W. H. Fessenden. 

W. H. OHLEK, 

IE! Ill NMIIRi REPAIRER. 

All kinds of Sewing Machines Repaired. 
No, 158 Middle Street, over H, H. Hay's, 

PORTLAND, ME. 



24 ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 

ARE YOU I1SURED? 

If not, call at your earliest opportunity at 
— i? on — 

Li, taint, and Fire Ms, 

AT LOW RATES. 

LYCEUM BLOCK, LLSBON ST. 



THE ONLY AGENCY IN LEWISTON GRANTING 
YEARLY ACCIDENT POLICIES. 

Manufacturers and Dealers hi 

Stoves, Furnaces^ 

TIN, JAPAN, BRITANNIA, AND PLATED WARE, 

Crockery and Glass Ware, Table Cutlery, Wooden Ware, lee Closets, 
and Kitchen Furnishing Goods of every description. 
Manufacturers and Proprietors of the Celebrated Dining Itooni Com- 
panion, a Parlor CooJc Stove. Also, agents for Snraguc Mower, 
Horse Hakes, Morse Hoes, l'loivs and Cultivators. 

Cor. Main and Lincoln Streets, 

LEWISTON, ME. 
J- J. OER.R.ISU c*3 OO-, 

Dealers in ItAILltOAD, STEAMBOAT, CAM AND STB AM ENGINE 

Steam Engines and Machinery of every description. 
NO. 31 COMMERCIAL STREET, PORTLAND, ME. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 25 

■AilllN RAIMMAB, 

THROUGH 

Lynn, Salem, Beverly, North Beverly, Wenham, Ipswich, 

Rowley, Newburyport, Amesbury, Hampton Falls, 

Hampton, North Hampton, Portsmouth, 

Portland, and all Stations East. 

TRAINS LEAVE BOSTON FOR PORTLAND 

7.30 a. m,, 8,30, exp., a. m., 12.30 p. m., 3.15 p. m., 6.00 and 8.00, exp., p. m. 

LEAVE PORTLAND FOR BOSTON 

1.30 a. m., 6.15 a. m., 9.10 a. m., 3.30, exp., p. m., 4.15 and 6.00 p. m. 

BOSTON TO BANGOR WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS. 

Pullman Parlor mi Sleeping Gars 

ON THROUGH TRAINS. 

Also for Brunswick, Bath, Richmond, Gardiner, Hallowell, 

Augusta, Kendall's Mills, Skowhegan, and all 

Stations on 

MAINE CENTRAL RAILROAD. 



— WITH— 



©BAli TBI I! BAILBOAB, 

For MONTREAL, QUEBEC, and all jwints on the Road. 

This road runs along the sea-shore and through some of the most thrifty towns in 
New England, thus forming the pleasantcst and most desirable route to and from the 
East. 

The road-bed is In capital condition and furnished with the most elegant cars, 
fitted up for the comfort and convenience of passengers. Smoking cars attached to 
all through trains. 

T. It. IjOTIIROP, President. 
J. PRESCOTT, Sup't, Koatou. 
Depot In Boston, Causeway Street, foot of Friend. 

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26 ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 

MARRETT, BAILEY & CO., 

90 and 92 Middle Street, . . PORTLAND, ME. 

Have constantly on hand the 

LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED STOCK 

CARPETINGS, 

Paper Hangings, Shades, 

WPM&LBWEMW MOBS. 

Feathers, Mattresses, &c, 

TO BE FOTJlSrZD IN THE S T A. T E . 



Particular Attention paid to the Furnishing of 



PUBLIC HOUSES, HALLS, &c 



EVERYTHING IN OUR LINE AT THE 

Lowest Prices for Gash 

JAMES S. MAIOiETT, MOSES BAILEY. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 27 



J. B. BROWN & SONS, 




% 

40 Exchange Street, . . PORTLAND, ME, 



This House is established for the transaction of a 

GENERAL lANHll BUSINESS. 

Deposits received subject to check at sight. 

Interest at the rate of four per cent per annum allowed 

on all daily balances. Accounts rendered and 

interest credited monthly. 



CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT 

Issued bearing interest as by agreement, and available at maturity in 
PORTLAND, BOSTON, OH NEW YORK. 



Collections of Notes, Drafts, Coupons & Dividends, 

Made in all parts of the 
UNITED STATES AND CANADA. 

Dealers in Government and other Investment Securities, 

AND IN GOLD AND SILVER COIN. 

Sterling Bills drawn on England, Scotland, and Ireland. Sight Drafts 

on Paris, Berlin, and other European cities, Montreal, St. John, 

and Halifax. Gold and Currency Drafts on Boston and New York. 

Approved Commercial Bills purchased. Facilities afforded for 

the transaction of the Special as well as the General 

business of correspondents. 



MANAGING AGENTS OF THE 



Portland Sugar Company 

GENELtAL AGENTS FOR THE SALE OF THE 

BONDS OF THE PORTLAND AND OGDENSBURG RAILROAD. 



28 ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 

Bankers andBrokers^ 

100 31IDDLE ST., PORTLAND, ME. 



DEALERS IN STOCKS, BONDS, GOVERNMENT, STATE, CITY, RAILROAD AND TOWN 

SECCRITIES. 

GOLD BOUGHT AND SOLD. 

FRANCIS K. SWAN, GEORGE Y. BARRETT. 

J. W. STOCKWELL & CO., 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

BEST DRAIN AND SEWER PIPE, 

Also, Best Drain and Water Pipe Machines, 

To run by nand, Horse, Water or Steam Power. 

New Patents of 1870-71-72. 

28 & 163 DANFORTH ST., PORTLAND, ME. 

New Dining Hall, 

NO. 49 EXCHANGE STREET, 
Where Heals are served at all Hours— the Best that the Market affords. 

STEPHEN JOHNSON. 

21 Temple St., between Congress and Federal Sts., Portland, Me., 

FOREIGN & OOHESTIG CUTLEBY. 

Knives, Scissors, &c, Ground and Eepaired, 

SKATES HE T AIRED AN1> GliOUXI). 

Conoaving and. ZZoning Hazor®. 
Pocket Knives re-bladcd. Tailors' Shears ground and set. Keys Fitted. 



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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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~W. IP. HJ^STHSTQ-S, 

Organs andMelodeons. 

MANUFACTORY ANI> BAXiESKOOM, 

144 1-2 Exchange Street, . . PORTLAND, ME. 

Received the highest Premiums in the New England and 
the State Fairs in 1869. 

INSTJl UMJENTS WARM ANTED . Trice Lists sent by mail . 
Will sell to be paid for in installments. 

In. F. PIIfGREE, 

Manufacturer of 

ARTIFICIAL LEGS, 

33 Temple Street, PORTLAND, ME. 
THE ARCTIC REFRIGERATOR, 

Patented by I). W. C. SANVOIil). 

This Refrigerator is constructed on the most perfect scientific principles, and war- 
ranted to be the best yet introduced, and has the great advantage of a constantly 
moving body of cold dry air, in all its parts, being perfectly dry and free from must 
and mould, no one article smelling or tasting of another. For further particulars con- 
cerning the merits and operations of the Refrigerator, send for circulars with tes- 
timonials of the most prominent citizens of Portland. Manufactured by 

Cotton Avenue, between Cotton and. Cross ©ts., 

Also, Ice Chests constantly on hand, very low. Refrigerating Rooms for Markets, 

Tacking Houses, Saloons, Hotels, etc., built to order. All orders by mall 

or otherwise promptly attended to. Orders solicited. 





XHC. 3NT. 33 

SHOW CASE 

MANUFACTURER, 

19 1-2 Market Square, 

(UP-STAIltS), 
PORTLAND, MIS. 

All orders by mail promptly attended to. 




30 ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 

CHARLES FEARCE, 

Manufacturer and Dealer in every description of 

WATER FITTINGS, LEAD, BRASS, TIN, GALVANIZED AND PLAIN IRON, AND 
CEMENT LINED PIPES FOR WATER, 

41 Union Street, under Falmouth Hotel, Portland, Me. 

§3T~ Hath Rooms, Water Closets, Tumps, Aqueducts, Fountains, &c, arranged and 
set up in towu or country, in the best manner. Good city references given. 



3EK OOIFUETSr dfc OCX, 

Importers and Dealers in 

IROM & STEEL, 

Cumberland Coal, 

Wheels, Iient Hints, Spolces and ITubs, Carriage Hardware, 
Blacksmiths' Tools, &c. 

125 &■ 127 COMMERCIAL STREET, 
f£." 9 c £ e ii»»ci.i..e,} PORTLAND, ME. 

MAINE STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S 

PORTLAND & NEW YORK LINE. 

NEW 

ARRANGEMENT. 

SEMI-WEEKLY 

LINE. 




THE FINE STEAMERS 

©iHg®, (F>aoe©oia & ©faesapeake, 

Will, until further notice, run as follows: leave GALT'S WHARF, PORTLAND, 
every MONDAY and THURSDAY AFTERNOON, and leave PIER 38, E. R., NEW 
YORK, every MONDAY and THURSDAY AFTERNOON. 

These vessels are litted up with line accommodations for passengers, making this the 
most convenient and comfortable route for travelers between New York and Maine. 

PASSAGE IN STATE ROOM, $5. CABIN PASSAGE, U. MEALS EXTRA. 

Goods forwarded to and from Montreal, Quebec, Halifax, St. John, and all parts of 
Maine. Shippers are requested to send their freight to Hie Steamers as early as 4 
P. 31., on the days they leave Portland. For freight or passage apply to 

81 UN IS V VOX, «.-ilt'« Wharf, Portland. 
J. B. A1!IK!S Pic* SN, B. «.j New York. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 31 

JOSEPH A. LOCKE, 

Attorney and Counselor at Law, 

AND NOTARY PUBLIC, 

No. 74 Middle St., corner Exchange and Middle Sts., 

:E=»<oiii , i J ..£k.:Kr:E>, xn©. 

DANIEL WINSLOW & SON, 

ENGINEERS AND MACHINISTS, 

MANUFACTURERS OF STEAM HEATING APPARATUS, 

J. L. WINSLOW'S PATENT DOUBLE COLUMN RADIATOR, 
AND RHODES' PATENT STEAM BOILER. 

Steam, Gas, and Water Pipe, Iron and Brass Fittings of every description, con- 
stantly on hand and furnished to order. Agents for STEAM PUMPS and all Steam 
Boiler Attachments of First Class Manufacturers. 

7 CROSS STREET, - PORTLAND, ME. 

SCHUMACHER BROS. 

(Successors to J. W. C. Morrison), 
IMPORTERS OF AND DEALERS IN 

ARTISTS' lATtliAlsS, 

oil FA.ii^rTiisra-s 3 

AMERICAN, ENGLISH, GKETtlVlAN, AND FRENCH 

O3BE3Et.€>X»0E€>S^ 

STEEL ENGRAVINGS, LITHOGRAPHS, MATHEMATICAL IN- 
STRUMENTS, DRAWING PjLPER, FRENCH PLATE MIR- 
RORS, MATERIALS FOR WAX FLOWER MAKING, *c. 



MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF 

Picture and Mirror Frames, 

Salesroom and Picture Gallery, 5 Deering Bit, Portland, le. 

c. j. Schumacher. Orders by Mftll promptly attended to. c. r. f. Schumacher. 



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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 




1 B. F. LIBBY & SONS, 

111 






I Stair Builders, 

|| NO. 13 1-2 UNION STREET, 
I ! PORTLAND. 




I Pf^™ 






POSTS & B/vmsTEas 


lllilBiilllillll 


Constantly on hand, and Hails matte 
to order. 



JOSEPH RUSSELL, 

Carriage & Sleigh 

MANUFACTURER, 
Corner Congress and Oak Streets, PORTLAND, ME. 

Always on hand, a General Assortment of Carriuoi*, Slciuht, Jr. 
Itepairina done in. till its branch**. 

WiLDROM & TRUE, 




-DEALKU8 IS- 



GRAIN AND GROUND SALT, 

Corn, Meal, Oats, Shorts, <tc, 

NOS, 4 AND 5 UNION WHARF, 

ftA.-Sm?" "'} PORTLAND, ME. 




VIEWS OF BUILDINGS. MACHINERY of all kinds, SEALS, PORTRAITS, Jc. 



EPECUTED BY 



J". L. TAYLOR, 

No. 81 Wasliliietcm Street, - - - - BOSTON. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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STEAMSHIP COMPANY. 

T. C. Hersey, Pres't, 
H. J. Libby, Treas., 
J.B.Coyle,Chief Eng. 

^^SiJs^^^^^^^^^^ Office, JPOJB3FJK.4.V.D, MM. 

Line of Steamers to British Provinces. 

During the boating season, the new superior sea-going Steamers 

JEW ENGLAND, Capt. Field, NEW BRUNSWICK, Capt. Pike, 
and NEW YORK, Capt. Winchester, 

,eave Railroad whf, Portland, for I? a st port. Me., and St..Tohn,N. B., as follows: 
During January, February, and March, once per week, viz.: Monday, at 5 o'clock, 
. m. During April, May, June, October, November, December, on Mondays and 
hursdays, at 5 o'clock, p. m. During July, August, and September, three times per 
eek, viz.: Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, at 5 o'clock, p. m. Returning, leave 
t. John and Eastport same days. 

At Eastport the steamers connect with the steamer BELLE BIJOWN for St. An- 
rews, Calais, and St. Stephens; with the New Brunswick and Canada Railroad, for 
oulton and Woodstock Stations; at St. John with the European and North American 
ail way for'all tactions to Shediac, and from thence to Bedeqne and C harlot tetowri, 
rince Edward Island, and l'ictou, N. S. Also, at St. John with steamers tor Freder-, 
kton, N. B., Digby and Annapolis, N. S., and from the latter place per railway to 
alifax, N. S. 

'ortland and Boston Steamers. 



The Staunch and Superior Sea-going Steamers 

JOHN BROOKS AND MONTREAL, 

Having large and commodi- 
s Cabin and superior State 
>om accommodations, will 
n, during the season, as fol- 
\vs: 

Leaving daily, Atlantic Whf, 
irtland, and India Wharf, 
•ston (Sundays excepted), 

At 7 o'clock, I». Mi 

'~*^- S^tf^^ 5 ^*?^- ■-- 



From middle of September : -^ 
middle of April the hour of 
iving lioston is 5 p. m. 

Chese Steamers have been newly fitted up with steam apparatus for "heating cabins 
d state rooms, and now afford the most convenient and comfortable means of trans- 
lation between Boston and Portland. 

'assengers by this long-established line obtain every comfort and convenience, 
ive in season to take the earliest trains out of the city, and avoid the inconvenience 
arriving late at night. 

Freight taken at Low Rates. 

lark goods care P. S. Backet Co. 
J\4ItJE, $1.50. State lloonis may be secured in advance by mail. 




L. BILLINGS, Asent. 



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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



LOCKHART & SLOAN, 

Successors to IE. IK. Lcmont «fc Co., 
Manufacturers and Dealers In Every Style of 



it Carries ail Slilis. 




SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO 
ORDERED WORK. 

No. 22 Preble Street, 



PORTLAND, ME. 

D. V. H. LOCKHART, J. C. P. HLO.VN 



COLORED RUG PATTERNS, 

Stencils, Stencil (ioodH, Stump*, A.*'.. 

1*0 It'll. .%*!>, ,*1R. 



Corner Federal and Temple Hirer!*, 



II. B. BENNETT, Foreman, EDW. FAIUFIELU, Mam»ahuiui 

LAMB & FARNSWORTH, 

WJiolesale Dealers in I'orciyn and Domestic 

LEATHER AND FINDINGS, 

ISTo. 50 Union Street, 

PORTLAND, ME, 

SHOE MAXVFACTUllEIiS' CfOODS OF ALL KIXDS. 

RICHARDSON & CROSS, 



Thomas F. Lamb, 

1>. 1>. FARNSWORTn 




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AND DEALERS IN 

SOUTHERN PINE LU3IBER, 

For Ships, Bridges, Factories, Railroads, &c. 
Cargoes of Southern Fine furnished. 

Head Ricliard son's Whf., Commercial St., 

FOltTLAKJ), MJE. 

0. WARREN RICHARDSON, COLIN K. CROSS. 




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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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THROUGH ROUTE 

TO THE 

North, West, and South 



rOSTMW TO SOSTOSf* 



ARRANGEMENT OF TRAINS, NOV. 13, IS 71. 

Passenger Trains leave Portland from P. S. & P. Station, 
at 6.15 and 9.10 A. M., 3.30 (Express), 3.45, and 6* P. M. 

Trains leave Boston for Portland and Way Stations at 7.30 
and 8.30 (Express) A. M., 12.15, 3, and 6* P. M. 



FREIGHT TRAINS BETWEEN PORTLAND AND BOSTON DAILY, 



STATION IN BOSTON, HAYMARKET SQUARE. 



All Trains stop at Exeter Ten Minutes for Refreshments, 



FIRST CLASS DINING ROOMS. 

W. MERRITT, Supt., Boston, 

* On Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. 



36 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 




MANUFACTURE 



Linen and Cotton Hose 

All sizes, from 3-4 inch to 10 inch diameter. 

PATENT EWGBftlE HOSE, 



-AND- 



UBBER-LINED LINEN HOSE 

The finest Hose for use in Mills, Jlotcls, Steamboat*, and tire 

Departments. It will not leaf: or sweat undir <i pitiiurd 

of 300 pounds to tlie square inch. 




RUBBER-LINED 

GARDEN HOSE, 

It is perfectly water-tight , very 
strong and light, and so pliable 
that it cannot be cracked or in- 
jured by bending it ever so much. 



pi^E DEp^T/VIEfiT SUPPLIES. 

Couplings, Hose Pipes, Connections, Trumpets, Leather 
and Rubber Buckets, etc., at lowest figures. 



N. E. LINEN HOSE MANUFACTURING COMPANY, 

F. W. CLAESSENS, Treasurer, 
Office, 179 Washington Street, . . BOSTON. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



37 



WILLIAM JESSOP & SONS, 

STEEL IAIUFACTUBERS, 

SHEFFIELD, ENGLAND. 

A. largo supply ol" all kinds and. sizes of 



i rw^u "i 



KEPT IN - STORE, 

135 FEDERAL STREET, - BOSTON, MASS. 



HASKELL & ALLEN, 

PRINT PUBLISHERS, 



AND WIIOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 



Steel Engravings, Lithographs, and Chromos, 
LOOKING GLASSES, BIBLES, AND PICTURE FRAMES. 



Also, Manufacturers of Berlin Gilt Inside Mouldings, of all 6izes. 



P. M. Haskell. 
G. P. Allen. 



61 Hanover Street, BOSTON. 



J. M. COOK, 131, 139 & 141 Congress Street, Boston, Mass. 

Manufacturer of Stained, Cut, Enamelled, Flock, and Embossed GrXj.A.£3£3 of all kinds. 
Especial attention given to getting up Church Windows in all styles. 



E. D. SPEAR, M. D., 

THE OLD INDIAN DOCTOR 

So much celebrated for bis Remarkable Cures, 

OFFICE, 713 WASHINGTON STREET, - - BOSTON. 



#a~ Dr. Spear can bo consulted at his office, 713 Washington Street, Boston, or by 
It-Ue^, with stamp, free of charge, upon all diseases 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



37 



WILLIAM JESSOP & SONS, 

TEEL IAIUFACTU1ERS, 

SHEFFIELD, ENGLAND. 

-A. largo supply ot* all kinds and sizes or 



— *■ o EB= g 2Es i 



KEPT IN - STORE, 

13 o FEDERAL STREET, - BOSTON, MASS. 



HASKELL & ALLEIST, 

PRINT PUBLISHERS, 



AND WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 



Steel Engravings, Lithographs, and Chromos, 
LOOKING GLASSES, BIBLES, AND PICTURE FRAMES. 

Also, Manufacturers of Berlin Gilt Inside Mouldings, of all sizes. 

£$ :2SST-| 61 Hanover Street, BOSTON. 



J. M. COOK, 131, 139 & 141 Congress Street, Boston, Mass. 

Manufacturer of Stained, Cut, Enamelled, Flock, and Embossed G-XjASS of all kinds. 
Especial attention given to getting up Church Windows in all styles. 



E. D. SPEAR, M. D., 

THE OLD INDIAN DOCTOR 

So mach celebrated for Iiis Remarkable Cures, 

OFFICE, 713 WASHINGTON STREET, - - BOSTON. 



&u~ Dr. Spear can bo consulted at his office, 713 Washington Street, Boston, or by 
fetter, with stamp, free of charge, upon all diseases 



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Wholesale and Retail Dealers in «' 



ER¥, FAWO¥, A WHITE GOODS 



BEST FRENCH KID GLOVES, 

Hosiery, Trim.xnin.gs, Laces and Embroideries, i 

HOOP SKIRTS and CORSETS, 

LADIES' AND GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, 

YA.BN8 AND ZEFIXYH WORSTEDS, 

Hum II Wares ami Toys. 

NO. 17 LISBON STREET, - - - LEWISTON, MAINE. 

ROSS, PEARCE & CO., 

IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN 

Boot & Sloe Manufacturers' Goods, 

MACHINE THREAD, ELASTIC WEBS, BOOT WEBS, 

TWINES, YARNS, &c, 

58 & 60 Milk Street, - Boston, Mass. 

M. D. Ross, John JPearce, Franklin Drown. 



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MOSES FAIRBANKS .& CO., i 

. MANUFACTURERS OF 

SODA & MINERAL WATERS, 

IN FOUNTAINS, SIPHONS, AND BOTTLES. 

Syrups of all Flavors. 
BELFAST GINGER ALE, 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 



j v Ale, Porter, Cider, & Lager Beer, 

t IN HMDS., BBLS., BOTTLES, AND KEGS FOS FAMILY USE. 

Howard Athenaeum Building, 

HOWARD STREET, 

t Moses Fairbanks,) ~*^~~.^ 

hEZg^BE?*' BOSTON, MASS. 



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EN, Secretary. 

5^ E\6 1 8 G 2vV^^. 

ASSETs3$500,6o] 

11 Fornjtevof Policies Issued by this Company. ])i vld ends payable .apimat^Jaft] 
'* .first year..- Prompt Reliable Afceijfo. Wanted/ to whom liberal Inducements will 4>e ( 
; upon application to t ^ yti;fcv 

JOHK W. FEETt?Hl^R^Supt^ N£w Englsuidl&gehci 

$ •■:■ 92 ■■■saii&oWATjiJVET, ■ boston;, 

if'^^^^' ;**'; fir, ■'■■■ : "V 'r^--S--'i "«#'■ ■ >' '•\"--'- r -'i-*j^m 

f^Ot^ltfRIlS^ for Mni 




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itulldlng* Of nil klnd$T J)ye Houses, ftry Houses, Facte 

*fall$« School U^wtes, and Buildings of alt Minds, V>ntl 

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